Vicon Revue Knowing What You Got Up To

[17/06/10] 

We can all be proud of, and benefit from, innovations and break throughs in the world of medicine. From the band-aid and the heart transplant, to cherry flavoured toothpaste and ‘KY Classic’, medical technology changes not only the world around us, but how we live within it; it gives us second chances and new perspectives. But it’s when medical technology can be used for entertainment purposes, that its true potential is realised.

Now the Vicon Revue might have been created to help jog the memories of Alzheimer's sufferers, but this tiny camera, which you can wear on your belt or around your neck, can also create some rather interesting photo logs of your own life – whether you remember it or not.

If you’re wondering where you left your jacket, whether the phone number in your pocket was really from an ‘angel’ or an ugly step sister in disguise, or how you got home (and if you tipped the cabbie), then the Revue might be for you.

This unobtrusive little camera can take an image every 30 seconds throughout a 24-hour period, which are then downloaded to your PC at the end of the day (or perhaps the morning after), so you can see what really happened the night before.

Vicon Revue: Bringing back memories you might not want.

Vicon Revue
Approx US$750
www.viconrevue.com

Nuts & Bolts
A camera which records your life, frame by frame


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