Screenshot of the included software displaying one of the images captured by the Revue
Microsoft's SenseCam technology is now being manufactured as the Vicon Revue, which intermittently snaps photos through the front-facing, wide-angle lens, and is being aimed at people suffering from memory disorders
Preliminary research has shown that using photographs of captured events can help those suffering from memory problems to remember
Microsoft has licensed its SenseCam technology to UK-based Vicon Motion Systems, so that the company can manufacture the device as a memory aid. Worn around the neck, the forward-facing lens of the Vicon Revue snaps a few photos every minute and stores them on the internal memory. The shots can then be used later to help those suffering from recall problems to piece together life events.
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