Can it top Memoto?
“he Autographer is a wearable camera that sees what you see and uses an algorithm to shoot pics automatically at just the right moments.
It’s not just a little smart. It’s super intelligent. The camera itselfcontains 6 sensors - GPS, a compass, accelerometer, thermometer, color sensor and infrared motion detector, so it knows to snap a shot when things are getting exciting.
You simply set the capture rate: low, medium or high. The Autographer will grab 50-200 photos an hour through its custom 136° wide angle glass lens onto its 5 MP sensor. It stores GPS and sensor readings along with every last one of ‘em.
Capture ultra-candid moments around the dinner table! Record all the spontaneity of a weekend biking escapade.
Your photos upload via bluetooth to your iPhone, for quick viewing/tagging/sharing. If you’re rockin’ an Android, no sweat! You can upload your photos to your computer via USB cable.
The Autographer app (for iPhone, Mac, or Windows) helps you easily make stop motion videos, map your photos by their GPS data, share your creations on social media and more.
It’s the perfect companion for any adventure. Wear it hiking so you can concentrate on not getting lost and avoiding bears. When you’re safely back at home, review a whole day of fun in pictures you don’t even remember taking.”
Interested? 400 on Photojojo.
Originally posted on The Tension Diaries:
In many asian countries, mental health is still not recognized as something scientific, they rely on shamans and religious leaders in hopes to cast the ailments away. When one have thoughts of killing themselves or knee deep in unknown sorrow, they were deemed possessed or have turned away from God. This man probably have shown signs before resorting to this.
Man saved after trying to tempt the beasts for 20 minutes
A female Bengali white tiger drags a man by his shirt after the man climbed into the enclosure, at a zoo in Chengdu, Sichuan province February 16, 2014.
Entering the tiger enclosure at the Chengdu Zoo in China’s southwest Sichuan province, a man made vigorous, but unsuccessful, attempts to entice the animals to eat him, a Chinese newspaper reported on Tuesday.
“I asked them to bite me and let them eat my meat, and so I…
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Originally posted on NewsFeed:
If you were planning to eat a Hot Pocket today, you might want to reconsider that decision. Several varieties have been recalled after it came to light that some of the products’ meat had not undergone proper inspection, CBS Baltimore reports.
More specifically (and more vomit-inducingly), some of the meat — if affiliated with the California-based Rancho Feeding Corporation — could have come from “diseased and unsound animals,” according to a news release from the USDA. The Giant supermarket chain has pulled the Philly Steak & Cheese and Croissant Crust Philly Steak & Cheese varieties, according to CBS Baltimore.
Oh man. Let’s hope Jim Gaffigan hears about this and works it into his next comedy special:
Originally posted on Flickr Blog:
Existe un momento en el que parece que el tiempo se detiene. Justo en ese instante, en el que estamos a la espera de alguien o algo, es cuando nuestros pensamientos vuelan y todo nuestro alrededor se congela.
Fotos de José María Pérez Nuñez, Espejo Eterno, mike barwood, María Constanza Welschen, Agustín Povedano, Brice CANONNE, Jean-Paul P.G., Gonzalo Iza, Tever McFervienza, Sheila Tostes, Jonathan Parker, Diego Martin, Walt Jabsco, Raj Deut, marie-II, gemmyjade, Michael, Luz Adriana Villa y monekywing.
Originally posted on Tech:
The impressive thing about this story out of Olathe, Kans., is not that simply that a man saved his Xbox from a house fire. It’s that he successfully escaped the fire, re-evaluated his priorities as the house was going up in flames, and then ran back inside to recover the game console.
The fire, supposedly caused by an electrical junction box, caused $80,000 worth of damages. Perhaps the Xbox might have been covered anyway if the home was properly insured, but we have no way of knowing whether the man was using cloud saves over Xbox Live, and you really can’t put a price on hundreds of hours sunk into Dark Souls, or Forza Motorsport 4, or whatever. It’s also unclear whether…
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