What’s the opposite of a selfie?
When it comes to certain things, technology is pretty bonkers.
Cameras are one example. A digital camera used to be big, clunky, and expensive. Now they are like 1000 times better than what a 1990s photographer would have used for magazine shoots. Oh, and they’re the size of your thumbnail and built into your phone. Also, there are two or three of them in there for some reason.
So yeah, we can pretty much leave the digital photography arms race to the cell phone companies and assume they’ll keep delivering awesome stuff we can carry around with us in our pockets without even thinking about it.
So what else is there?
Whimsy. Novelty. Coolness.
You know…like a wearable camera that hooks onto your glasses and lets you take high-definition POV shots with the press of a button.
Because we all spend enough time fussing with our phones as it is, and this little gadget can set you free from a whole bunch of that. Just snap a quick photo that captures whatever you’re looking at without having to distract yourself with a web-enabled pocket computer every time you want to document the rainbow or waterfall or Taco Bell drive-thru fistfight that happens to be unfolding in front of you.
Live in the moment.
Remember that sunset.
Capture a funny billboard on the fly.
Facebook shame the guy who fought dirty in the gordita throwdown at 1 a.m.
You know…be present.
This thing is a lot of fun and it’s just twelve bucks. It doesn’t replace your phone camera, but it does deliver a fun twist on candid photos and video. Grab yourself one and see what happens while you’re wearing it.
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