Record Your Life through Electric Sunglasses
Vergence Labs’ Social Video Electric Eyewear is a project that has been recently started to raise around US$50K and the reason why every technology geek and gadget crazy person should take notice is because it has the ability to record life from the first-person perspective. The way you see things and the way you want others to see your view, literally, has become possible. According to Gizmag, the project is being crowdfunded through Kickstarter.
The creators, Erick Miller and John Rodriguez, have so far been able to invent a pair of sunglasses that can record human-computer experience. This Social Video Electric Eyewear runs on electricity and has the ability to light up or dark down with just a button press. It has a small camera that can record 720p video through the eyes of anyone who wears these glasses. The video is made from the pinhole between two lenses and is saved in a microSD card. However, the wish to make every moment of your life captured won’t be fulfilled as the battery lasts within two hours.
If you wish to share with others what your super-tech sunglasses have captured, you can share it online through YouGen.TV, which is a video-sharing site. The basic idea behind this is to share life memories with your loved ones. The idea is not that new has it has already occurred in science-fiction book. The only difference is that no one has actually made it real. Here is a chance of making it all happen, but only if crowdfunding is sufficient to reach the targeted amount.