Earlier this year, I wore this pack-of-cards shaped box around my neck for two days, recording everything in front of me in VGA photo-format. Microsoft licensed the tech to Vicon a while back, who's now selling it as the Revue.
The problem with YouTube is that you can only share stuff you happened to be recording. The Looxcie, a $200 video camera that you wear on your ear, proposes a simple solution: record everything, all the time.
When we said we thought Sony has lost its way, we didn't mean for them to go and invent a tweeting-cat-device. However, their science laboratories research arm has shown off just that. Sigh.
Japanese maker CEREVO's innovative product should've really gone on sale a couple of years ago when iJustine and co were at their peak, but I do appreciate a good camera with a unique twist—in this case, Ustream support.
These concept headphones feature a build-in camera, projector and wireless device so you can live-stream your life to the internet. But I'm more interested in the sheepskin on the cans. Comfy!
Qik's video streaming service is now open to the public as a beta version to anyone with a 3G or wi-fi connection on their compatible Symbian or Windows Mobile Phone. Qik also told Venture Beat that they are still at work on an iPhone client, though they didn't address the possibility it would be rejected.