Wearable Camera Lets You ‘Go Back in Time’ to Record Fleeting Moments

Wearable Camera Lets You 'Go Back in Time' to Record Fleeting Moments
The Perfect Memory wearable camera can be set to continuously record, allowing you to save footage of events after they happen by tapping its touch screen.

General streaming systems from New York have developed a new wearable camera. This new wearable camera is known as Perfect Memory camera. It allows you to go back in time, speak, to subsequently capture those transient moments you thought you missed.

This 12-megapixel device can record video and audio. With a tap of its touchscreen, it is also capable of recording full-high-definition (HD) 1080p video.

Working of this wearable camera: Perfect Memory camera

I consist of AudioEdit mode, through which camera record consistently. When you tap its touch screen, it saves footage from the previous 5 minutes, or any other duration you want to set. This allows people to retroactively save a video of an event after the fact. It can be worn as hand-free bodycam. Additionally, this pocket size and lightweight camera accepts microSD card with up to 128GB of storage space.

According to company, “Perfect Memory can also snap photos, act as a regular video camera and shoot time-lapse photography.”

Jules Winnfield, said, “You don’t know when a surprising, magical moment will happen. For example, capturing a baby’s first words.” (Jules Winnfield is chief operating officer of General Streaming Systems.)

This camera can be control by a free iOS or Android app. It uses Wi-Fi to wirelessly connect with a smartphone via the app.

Winnefield said, “When the camera is recording video continuously at the highest level of resolution, its battery can last up to 4 hours. When the camera is recording continuously and using Wi-Fi to stream video live, the battery will last up to 2 hours. If the camera is not recording continuously, its battery may last up to several days. Although, it only takes up to 1.5 hours to recharge battery.”

An Indiegog crowdfunding campaign for the device raised more than $171,000 in two months. When the campaign ended on Aug. 20, it had raised almost six times more than its $30,000 goal. Mass production of the cameras at early-bird price of $119 will begin by this month. Additionally, the devices are expected to ship to the campaign’s backers beginning in October.