The Autographer CameraDPMag Published in Blog
I'm no science guy, but in my own simple-minded way I think this story's pretty cool. A company called OMG Life has created a wearable camera that automatically senses changes to its environment to trigger photos. It's an automatic camera, called the Autographer, and while it might seem a bit gimmicky, the science behind it certainly appears solid. Check it out at DP Review and keep an eye out for the thing in the real world. (Can you imagine a device that combines this level of automation with the Lytro's post-capture selectable focus? We'd all shoot perfect pictures all the time. Wouldn't we?)
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