SnapCam, A Wearable Lifelogging Camera That Connects to a Smartphone and Takes Images With a Tap

The SnapCam is a wearable lifelogging camera by iON that sits on its user’s lapel and is designed to take photos with a tap. The small square camera features a built-in eight-megapixel camera and transmits images and high-definition video wirelessly to a smartphone.

At 1.5 inches square and weighing in at less than an ounce, the SnapCam attaches directly to your clothes with a clip or magnet. And when you’re ready to shoot, just tap the SnapCam once, twice, or three times for immediate stills, video, or live streaming.



images via iON

via Engadget