Microsoft Sensecam

Sensecam is a research project from within Microsoft, where a badge-sized wide-lens camera is worn by the user, taking over 2,000 VGA quality pictures a day. Special movement sensors trigger a new image to be captured, so that a visual record of the day can be referred to later. Wired posits that this could someday be triggered by changes in heart rate or skin temperature, or even facial recognition.

I, on the advice of my lawyer, do not like this one bit.
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