WearWise Wearable Camera Uses WiFi Rather Than Bluetooth
A new wearable camera has been created by WearWise which has this week launched over on the Kickstarter crowdfunding website looking to raise $40,000 to help take the prototype into production.
WearWise has been designed to provide a way of capturing your life without the need to worry about fumbling around with a camera to capture those important moments.
The tiny camera measures just 1.6 x 1.6 x 0.8 inches in size can be clipped to almost any article of clothing, helmet, or bag and is capable of recording 1080p resolution videos at 30fps thanks to its 8-megapixel camera that is fitted with a 120-degree camera lens. Its creators explain a little more about the camera’s design and features.
WearWise uses Wi-Fi instead of bluetooth to connect your device to your phone! The increased bandwidth and range allow the device to live stream the video to your phone or preview your pictures at full resolution without any lag or interruption.
A lightweight battery that can let you record videos for up to 60 minutes uninterrupted or take 2048 photos per charge! The WearWise camera can also last up to a week on standby with one charge. We have also included a 16GB SD card with every WearWise camera to make sure that you can get the most out of it right away!
For more information on the wearable lifelogging camera jump over to the Kickstarter website via the link below to make a pledge from just $79 to become a backer and help the development team raise $40,000 they require to make the jump into manufacture.