Microsoft develops wearable surveillance cam
"A wearable camera full of sensors could help people with memory problems, according to Microsoft researchers. The prototype SenseCam takes an instant snap every time it spots changes in movement, temperature or light. Currently capable of storing 2,000 images on a 128MB memory card, the cam could help people record their days... 'SenseCam has been designed to act like a black box for the human body,' lead researcher Lyndsay Williams told BBC News Online. 'It was something I originally created as a method for helping my family find their keys at home. It's so frustrating trying to re-trace one's steps so I build a device which would help find a solution to this problem.' It also seems to be potentially the ultimate way to keep a visual blog, or diary, of your life... Future plans for it, said Ms Williams, include reducing its size, making it wireless and more power efficient."