Blincam is a compact camera that attaches to the glasses, allowing users to take photos with a single blink. This is considered to be a very simple hands-free solution by a group of researchers in Japan, at least for those who regularly wear glasses.
Just a blink of an eye, you have a beautiful photo.
The camera's shutter will operate as soon as it detects a user's blink. To do this, the team has equipped the product with a special sensor, capable of distinguishing between natural and blinking wicks. Bluetooth technology is also built into Blincam, allowing it to send photos to smartphones when connected.
The camera maker made a fundraiser on the Makuake site of Japan and received $ 9,400. Next November, they will continue to call for capital on Kickstarter and will produce to customers around the world if successful.
Just like other "hidden" imaging products, the Japanese company's equipment certainly needs to overcome the privacy concerns. In addition, the manufacturer hopes to bring Blincam to Amazon as well as other online retailers early next year. The price of this camera is still unknown.