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QindredCam is a lifelogging camera that you wear about your person. It recognises faces and records your conversations.
QindredCam is a lifelogging camera, snapping photos and recording video so you can capture memories while still living in the moment.
This is the previous model, which is more utilitarian-looking.
And here it is in action: you wear it around your neck or clipped to your clothes.
The new model has a small hook to dangle from your neck.
The camera recognises faces and starts snapping or filming when you meet people.
Here's the smartphone app -- it pairs with the camera and shows you either your past memories or a display of what the camera sees.
When it finds a Wi-Fi connection, QindredCam uploads memories to the cloud, where you can browse and tag them online.
QindredCam costs $149, which works out to roughly £95 or AU$190.
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