A couple weeks ago at Microsoft’s annual TechFest, Microsoft unveiled a new technology their Research Division is developing, it’s called the SenseCam. It’s a device that keeps a record of your life and is designed to be worn around the neck and automatically takes up to 2,000 images a day, producing a visual diary of your life. Think photoblogging to the extreme.
Microsoft thinks that it can be used with other technologies such as face-recognition software so it can possibly link faces to names someday.
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- Monday, March 29th, 2004 at 6:11 pm
- Danny Mavromatis