Apparently, you can now TiVo real life. From Fast Company:
Ever see something you wish you had on film? Say, a miraculous home-run in the ninth, or your baby’s first steps? A new wearable camcorder called Looxcie (look-see) aims to capture all these shooting-star moments.
Looxcie ($199) is a Bluetooth headset that features video recording–but no record button. Rather, the device is designed to constantly capture video, which can either be viewed live on one’s smartphone, or saved to memory if a YouTube-worthy event occurs. Like any Bluetooth headset, Looxcie fits snugly around one’s ear (it’s a bit heavy), and can make and receive calls. But since the device is constantly on and recording to a temporary storage buffer, one must only hit the “Instant Clip” button, and the last 30-seconds of footage is automatically saved to your Android, and soon BlackBerry and iPhone. What you see is what you record.
I’d run a mile from anyone wearing one of these things. But perhaps I’m hopelessly old-fashioned. (I’ve been running into this a lot this month. Something to do with the Big Birthday coming up? Nah…)
ETA: For those who absorb their info more readily via video (via Newsy):