The "mind-reading" neurocam prototype
In its current form, the neurocam uses an integrated iPhone as its brains, storage medium, and camera
Along with its somewhat limited lifelogging applications, it has also been suggested that the camera could also find use for things like assessing what goods in stores interest customers the most
Perhaps you know someone who's a member of the "lifelogging" community – these are people who record pretty much all of their waking hours, typically using small, wearable video cameras. The problem is, they inevitably end up with a lot of footage that's just ... well, boring, even to them. That's where the neurocam comes in. It's a prototype headset camera, that only records when it detects that its wearer is interested in what they're seeing.
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