The Lifelogging Camera Is Finally Here, Now Called 'Narrative'
Oct 07, 2013 08:52
Remember the Memoto? It is a lifelogging camera that takes two photos a minute while you're wearing it. The project met its Kickstarter campaign goal and is now going to be an actual product!
Memoto had to rebrand because Motorola went after it for the whole "moto" thing. Instead of being called Memoto, the company is called Narrative now.
Narrative got a not-insignificant $3 million boost from True Ventures, a venture capital firm that also invests in startups like MakerBot and Fitbit, and got interested after Narrative's super successful Kickstarter.
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