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Recall your life’s greatest hits with Perfect Memory

Many of the awesome, curious and strange moments that happen on a daily basis end up being entertaining stories later on but are made better when they’re recorded for all to see. With a smartphone in everyone’s pocket, people have never been more capable of doing so. The only problem lies with actually pulling out the device in time. Since most of these moments happen so quickly, it’s hard to save them in time.

patent-claimedThe Perfect Memory is the perfect solution for this particular problem. The lightweight, Wi-Fi capable, microphone-equipped camera sports stunning build quality and can be worn around the neck, off a keychain, attached to a car’s dashboard, or anywhere else for that matter. With it, users can either continuously record their lives and tap the device to save the last five minutes of video or record at the tap of a button instead, with both modes able to be set to time lapse.A 12MP camera and 140° field of view ensure high-quality content no matter what mode is used, and its companion iOS/Android to stream video live or just use it as a live preview. The Perfect Memory, along with six accessories that range from clips to cables, is going for $119 and is expected to ship in October 2016. The product’s Indiegogo campaign is looking for $30,000 by July 22nd, 2016.

While a bit too large to be inconspicuous, Perfect Memory is a game-changer tailored to an increasingly social media-obsessed generation because nowadays, it’s even more important to grab all the worthwhile events for a few laughs but mostly for the memories they create. The Narrative was one of the first products on the market that pursued the concept of life logging camera and as such, is the more robust platform. For the more outdoorsy and sporty demographic, the Frodo is a better, more rugged pick instead.

Nicholas Echevarria currently calls Shanghai home but is a Brooklyn native at heart. He writes about lifestyle, tech, and design and, whenever he gets the chance, indulges his addiction to biking and Hearthstone. Check out some more of his work at https://clippings.me/nicholasechevarria.