First: It's a little plastic square with an embedded camera that takes a picture every 30 seconds.
Gee, What could be Wrong with That?
The little square plastic that can clip on your vest pocket or necktie doesn't
flash that it just took a picture like smart phone cameras can and doesn't say "Click" either.
That would be annoying. And also warn people in front of your pocket or tie that you just took a picture.
Like the Google Glass picture taking capability, there should be privacy issues with this silent snapper too.
Especially since it shoots those pictures to a "cloud" storage and then can route the pictures to a site or sites of your choosing. Facebook, Instagram, Flickr and dozens of others.
Yeah, that should be interesting.
Issue: Picture quality.
Unless you're "constantly" positioning your body discretely to where the "action" is, a child with a toy camera will surely take better composed pictures than this gizmo can.
My tie and vest pocket have traditionally been bad composers of nicely framed pictures.
Not to be a Total Buzz Kill, and to give equal time to another viewpoint.
Narrative Clip: Glass, wearables, and the next Memoto chapter with CEO Martin Källström