No, no, this is not a new collection of gemstone necklaces. And not even just another mp3 player that has taken its form. This is a real mini-computer and even with a built-in video camera! Incredibly, in the near future such a device may well be implemented. So far - only dreams.
Many of us have neither the desire nor the opportunity to carry a video camera with us all the time. Of course, in recent years, a huge number of different kinds of miniature video cameras have been put on the market. However, this is still not an option. Digital cameras are known for rather low video quality, so this option is also eliminated. But dear and beloved designers have long thought about everything and created a camera concept called "Momenta".
The recording takes place in a very interesting way. The fact is that thanks to special technologies, the camera itself determines what and when to record it. As we know from the school biology course, in some situations our blood pressure rises, the pulse quickens and adrenaline is produced in the blood. This happens for a variety of reasons. Whether it's the crazy intensity of a fight in a football match, birthday greetings from those closest to you, or a declaration of love. As soon as the camera notices that the heartbeat has increased, the recording immediately starts automatically. And it continues until the rhythm calms down, or you turn it off.
For example, you saw an accident on the road, emotions made your heart beat quickly, and the camera worked. Situations can arise very different, and a convenient assistant will always be at hand. More precisely - under the head.
Only now your hands are free, the camera hangs around your neck and you don't have to worry about the "shaking image". We are generally silent about the fact that the necklace weighs just a few grams. The concept will run on the Microsoft operating system, albeit in a somewhat simplified version.
Another convenience is the projector. If you urgently need to view the received recording and do not want to wait until the information is transferred to the computer using Wi-Fi technology in the 700 MHz range, you can simply direct the image to a white wall (even a refrigerator!) And watch for your own pleasure.
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