ViconRevue: Microsoft SenseCam technology-based wearable digital camera

SenseCam is a small, wearable camera that records your whole life? Well, last year, we had posted about Vicon company who had licensed the production rights from Microsoft in order to launch the camera as the “Vicon Revue,” it’s now available for purchase. According to product’s website, Revue contains a color VGA resolution sensor (640 […]

SenseCam is a small, wearable camera that records your whole life? Well, last year, we had posted about Vicon company who had licensed the production rights from Microsoft in order to launch the camera as the “Vicon Revue,” it’s now available for purchase. According to product’s website, Revue contains a color VGA resolution sensor (640 x 480 pixels), temperature sensor, light color and intensity sensor, passive infra-red motion detector, multi-axis accelerometer, 3-axis magnetometer (compass), battery and flash memory. And it’s fitted with a fish-eye lens to provide a full 130 degree field of view. Also, the battery lasts for 24 hours between charges, the website claims. It can hold a shocking number of images – around 30,000 or 6 days worth of capture. The Revue costs $820 prior to shipping and taxes.

More info: Vicon Revue