The PogoCam Is A Mini, Magnetic Camera Perfect For Sunglasses

PogoCam

It is said that big things come in small packages, and that seems to be the case for wearable camera glasses. Those who record even the smallest detail of their day as well as emotional changes, PogoCam is your partner in crime. If Snapchat spectacles or Google Glass are too high tech for you, then the PogoCam is a good place to begin. Unlike Snapchat Spectacles and Google Glass, the camera is not in the Sunglasses itself, but is an external component that you can attach to your glasses. This magnetic device can be easily attached and detached as & when you like.

PogoCam is the first modular product offering from PogoTec. PogoTec has been working with eye glass manufactures to develop a magnetic strip called the PogoTrack. The PogoTrack will be located on the right side of your common eye glasses that you can purchase from your local optician. The PogoCam is an additional device which will be attached to this magnetic strip. Since it’s an external device, you can slap in on and off at will, which will ensure that you don’t have to buy a pair of glasses specifically for this reason. The PogoCam stands out from the crowd due to its practicality and usability.

The camera is not as powerful as other wearable camera devices, as it features a 5MP camera and doesn’t have any method to connect to wireless technology, but you can transfer your images to your phone via Bluetooth.  Also, it can take up to 100 photos and record 2 mins of continuous video in standard definition (720 x486 @30fps). It may seem a little less powerful, but does everything other wearables can do. The device is tiny, but definitely packs a punch.  The device weighs under six grams and is touted to be both water-resistant as well as sweat-resistant. The PogoCam has a charging time of 35 minutes and an idle battery life of up to 20 days.  The device is compatible both with Android and iOS and the images and the videos can be transferred to your computer and shared on various social media platforms.

In the box you will get a PogoCam, along with a PogoCam Smart case, a safety ring, the device manual as well as a USB C charging and upload cables.  Now that you looked inside the box, it’s time to put it to use.

Tap the back button to turn the PogoCam on and off. Now it’s time to take a photo. To take a photo, press the button on the front of the PogoCam and to record a video press the same button twice and when you are done recording press the button once.  You can capture life as it happens, when it happens and create lasting memories. It’s the world through your eyes.

So before you invest in specific wearables, give this one a try and see if you like the experience.

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by techtalks @TechTalks May 3, 2017 12:21 PM UTC

DIGITAL DEBATE

Mobile Upgrades: Killing The Product Before Its Time?

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They should come out with upgrades for the specific phones and not for the separate Operating System. This way a special version for your phones specific hardware can be made

Maalin Ashar

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Maalin Ashar

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