But what about everything else that happens in between? That’s the content that Memoto, a Swedish start-up, wants to capture with a small, wearable camera that automatically takes photos of the wearer’s surroundings. The square-shaped device can be clipped onto a collar, a jacket or worn around the neck on a string. It snaps photos at 30-second intervals, and switches off only when it is dark, face-down or placed into a pocket.
Jenna Wortham: Meet Memoto, the Lifelogging Camera, in: nytimes.com, 2013-03-08.