Now this is interesting – it was slightly more than a week ago when we brought you word of a wearable camera known as the MeCam, but here we are with another MeCam in tow, although this one is slightly different as startup Always Innovating is behind this version of the MeCam that will enable you to have a tiny drone of sorts hovering across your shoulder to record memories for posterity.
In essence, this version of the MeCam is a small quadrocopter flying robot which will be smart enough to follow you like a forlorn looking puppy everywhere you go (as long as its battery lasts, that is), where it will then snap pictures or videos using its built-in digital camera, stream them over to an Android or iOS phone or tablet device, followed by sharing these clips and images on social networks such as Facebook or a video sharing site like YouTube, assuming you want the world to know what’s going on in your life.
The MeCam drone sports 14 sensors so that it can hover around safely and perfectly, and you can even speak to it as it is more than capable of handling voice commands. Expect the MeCam drone to arrive sometime as early as 2014 for approximately $50 a pop.
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