Microsft looks set to revive SenseCam life logger with its upcoming wearable camera

Back in 2009, Microsoft revealed its “SenseCam” prototype. SenseCam was a wearable “vlogging” camera that would let users take photographs without intervention. According to a new patent submitted by Microsoft, the company is working to revive SenseCam.
Users will be able to wear the camera on their clothes. It is a “non-touch switch” wearable camera, meaning that users will be able to trigger different actions without even touching the camera.… Read More

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