While the CES 2014 Las Vegas ends tomorrow, there is so much to do that it is not uncommon to miss out on great products. It is with this in mind that we would like to present the Narrative, a portable camera capable of capturing every moment of its owner’s life by attaching to a garment.
The Narrative is a small, 5-megapixel miniature camera with integrated GPS, which automatically shoots two photos per minute. Devoid of buttons, it automatically takes pictures throughout the day and geolocates them, so as not to miss anything. The user can interact with the device by gestures, or turn it off by putting it face down or in a pocket. To take a photo manually, just double-tap the front of the camera.
The photos are stored in its 8 GB internal memory which, once transferred to a computer, is automatically uploaded to your Narrative Clip account. They can then be viewed from an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch eponymous application.
The Narrative costs $ 279 and comes with one year of free cloud storage. After the first year, users can pay $ 9 a year to continue using their account.