|Looxcie Wearable Bluetooth Camcorder System with White Camera is the first little, light (weighing approximately 28g), easy-to-wear camcorder that records everything you see. It fits your head just like a Bluetooth headset and has the capability to capture and share video clips. It operates simultaneously with most of the Android 2.0 and higher smartphones. It is virtually an extension of your eyes that continuously videoing everything you see as it is constantly in an ON state. Thus, the device features an OFF-button that enables users to OFF the camcorder. Through the free Looxcie App, the device turns your smartphone into a viewfinder, remote control, and video editor for creating clips up to 30 minutes in length. The Looxcie camcorder features automatic focus, automatic light adjustment, and a wide field of vision. This device is likewise capable of working as a simple Bluetooth headset (Class 2 (2.5mW) for up to 10 meters range).
It has a 480mAh Li Po battery with a life of 4 continuous hours or more than 6 hours of continuous talk time if not using video. It is capable of 15fps HVGA-quality video capture and onboard storage of up to 4 hours of permanent video clip storage. Clips are time stamped and stored in a clip register as MP4 files. The system allows creating and saving a video clip even when the camera is still capturing video using the free smartphone app. It also allows connecting the camcorder to a PC or Mac via the USB connector that provides access to all the saved clips. Looxcie utilizes a dual processor system for video and Bluetooth communication that allows the headset to operate in video mode and talk mode simultaneously, or separately. It is also equipped with DSP noise reduction for clear audio. By simply pressing the Instant Clip button on the headset, you will save a clip of the last 30 seconds you experienced. Also, the Instant Share feature of Looxcie can be used to immediately email the clip or post it to Facebook or YouTube by pressing the Instant Clip button for three seconds.
Posted 2010-11-01 and updated on Nov 01, 2010 6:58pm by richard