Have you ever looked at all the inane photos of their food/cats/babies your friends put on the Internet and thought, "I wish they had the ability to post literally thousands more of these every day"? Well, now they can, thanks to a revolutionary new invention: Meet the Memoto, the "lifelogging camera" you clip onto your chest that automatically snaps a picture of whatever's in front of you every 30 seconds.
If you're in a public restroom and see one of these, run.
The photos are automatically uploaded to the Memoto app, where you can choose which ones you want to post to places like Facebook or Instagram, but let's face it: We all know at least one asshole who's gonna leave the "Share All" option checked by default. So brace yourselves for lots and lots of pictures of ... what, exactly? Nothing too interesting, it turns out.
3This Camera Will Make Your Life Look Like Dullsville
You see, since their overwhelmingly successful Kickstarter back in November, Memoto has been criticized for privacy concerns that make Google Glass look tame, but we think there's a far bigger problem its creators aren't addressing -- this may be a cool gadget for people vacationing in exotic locales or working in titty bars, but for the majority of us who don't go scuba diving one day and ice skating the next, our Memoto feeds are going to look more like this:
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Except, you know, from the other side. Thankfully.