Time lapse camera for dementia patients This time lapse camera from Microsoft is capable of recording the day’s activities, and is currently being studied as to whether it can be used for folks suffering from memory problems. Dubbed the SenseCam, it is worn around the neck, snapping wide-angle, low-resolution photographs every half minute automatically. Each SenseCam comes with an accelerometer that helps stabilize the image while reducing blurriness. Thanks to the wide-angle lens, there is no need to point it at anything as it virtually covers the user’s field of vision. At the end of the day, these photos can be converted into a short movie using specially designed software from Microsoft. I think I could definitely make do with this as I can’t seem to remember where I place my keys all the time…

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