A miniature camera that can be integrated into any pair Glasses Is the next big thing for social networking enthusiasts?
In an age where people enjoy and document almost every moment of their private lives, in order to share it with the whole world (or at least with a few hundred of their friends on various social networks), it is not surprising that there is a market for a variety of means of photography. Glasses With cameras built into them, like those launched by the developer of Snapechat last year.
If you also feel that you are a photographer Glasses Is what you lack in life to provide a better and more interesting record of your actions, but you do not want to replace the pairs you already have. The solution might be Pogocam: a tiny 5 megapixel camera that can be worn on any pair Glasses Easily, and start documentation from your personal perspective.
Pogocam offers a small magnetic mechanism to attach to one of the sides of the fashionable item that protects your eyes from the sun (or allows you to see better), and includes battery Sufficient to capture up to 100 images at the maximum available resolution, or capture up to six 720p videos (at 30 frames per second and with audio recording) and up to 30 seconds each - and then recharge it with a portable case with battery Built-in, which is also designed to store up to 16,000 תמונות From the camera itself until it is connected to the computer and the existing inventory is emptied, and it can be charged up to three times, with full capacity within half an hour.
The battery offers limited capabilities - but the advantage is that the camera itself is almost invisible from a distance of more than a few inches
This is not a bad solution at all, which provides improved flexibility to a consumer niche that will probably grow and develop in the coming years.
The Pogocam can be purchased right now, along with its smart vagina, At the price of 150 dollars. Worth it or not - it already depends on how much you want to feel almost like the proud owner of glasses Google Glass Smart. Only without the ability to see holograms that are projected into your eyes, of course.