A new wearable camera that takes a picture every 30 seconds to allow owners to record their daily lives has been developed.
The new device, named Memoto, has become the latest technogical hit on Kickstarter, the 'crowd funding' website.
So far, the gadget, branded as 'the world's smallest wearbale camera' has attracted over 44,000 dollars of its 50,000 dollars funding target from more than 250 gadget fans keen to capture a digital record of their entire lives.
The tiny device is designed to be clipped to clothes or worn on a necklace, the Telegraph reports.
The device has a five megapixel digital camera, and also features a GPS chip to keep track of owners' locations and automatically log and organise pictures via a specially-created iPhone and Android apps.
According to the paper, the Swedish start-up behind the project described Memoto as a "lifelogging" technology, and said they plan to ship its first finished cameras in February next year.