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Bryan M. Wolfe
| October 3, 2013
The Narrative Wearable Camera Launches In November
The Narrative Clip is a tiny, automatic camera that you wear. It snaps two geotagged photos a minute that are viewable through a free Narrative app for the iPhone/iPod touch. The $279 device ships first to Kickstarter backers on Nov. 1. Preorders for everyone else are now being accepted at getnarrative.com. [caption id="attachment_470667" align="aligncenter" width="455"] Narrative app[/caption] Originally called Memoto, Narrative is available in gray, orange, and white, and includes a 5-megapixel camera. It has no buttons. As long as you’re wearing it, photos are being taken. Best of all, the photos are automatically oriented to the upright position. The folks behind Narrative claim that the device batteries don’t need to be recharged until after approximately two days of use. This is performed by connecting the device to a computer. Take a look: http://vimeo.com/76031372 Narrative looks to be very interesting and we hope to receive our review unit very soon. Once we do, we’ll certainly let you know our thoughts on this unique device.