Memoto successfully funded their Lifelogging Camera last November on Kickstarter, asking for $50,00. The ended up with over $550,000. The Memoto camera clips onto your shirt or jacket and records two photos per minute with it's 5 megapixel camera.
It's an interesting concept based around capturing those unplanned moments in life rather than just the highly staged family cheesefests we usually capture. Photos are stored in the cloud and can be accessed via the Memoto app. The device is very well designed. It's simple an unobtrusive but we shall have to wait and see if it's something people would want to wear.
Delivery is expected to begin in April with the device costing $279 from Memoto's website. You can pre-order it here.