SWEDEN - If you could look back at your life, and what you were doing every thirty seconds, would you? A new product called "Memoto" offers you the option.
A small, wearable camera clips to the front of a person's clothing and it automatically snaps a photo every thirty seconds. It has a GPS, and there no camera controls. An app then organizes the photos for you.
The camera costs about $279 and the website offers people the option to preorder.
The company was founded by six Swedish entrepreneurs. They hope that "lifelogging" will become popular and that the camera will be a hit.
A story written in The Economist suggests some are concerned over privacy with the new device.