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Recording every second of your life just got a little bit easier. The Autographer camera, designed to be worn on your clothes or around your neck and captures up to 2000 images of your day so they can later be combined as a frame-by-frame remembrance. 
The lens has a 136-degree view, the same as your eye, and uses five sensors to automatically capture what is happening around you.
The technology was originally designed for helping alzheimer’s patients. The camera is priced at $650 and will be available to purchase in November 2012.  

Recording every second of your life just got a little bit easier. The Autographer camera, designed to be worn on your clothes or around your neck and captures up to 2000 images of your day so they can later be combined as a frame-by-frame remembrance. 

The lens has a 136-degree view, the same as your eye, and uses five sensors to automatically capture what is happening around you.

The technology was originally designed for helping alzheimer’s patients. The camera is priced at $650 and will be available to purchase in November 2012.  

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The mobile device has transformed from a decade ago with people relying on it to keep them constantly connected, and share most every facet of their life via social media.


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TIME magazine asked its readers from all over this great planet to take photos with their mobile phones and post them to Instagram using the hashtag #TIMEwireless. They received over 31,000 entries from more than 120 countries and the editorial team selected 288 to appear on the cover of the latest issue of TIME. We actually felt obligated to tag TIME on Instagram, but none of Social Irony’s photos made the cut. However we have a few friends that did have their images published and a big congrats to you!

*This entire short was composed and image captured using the iPhone… at a comfortable cruising altitude of 37,000 feet en route to Hong Kong. Follow @socialirony on Instagram and tag your cool tech savvy photos using #socialirony.

The mobile device has transformed from a decade ago with people relying on it to keep them constantly connected, and share most every facet of their life via social media.


Uploading Instagram:
TIME magazine asked its readers from all over this great planet to take photos with their mobile phones and post them to Instagram using the hashtag #TIMEwireless. They received over 31,000 entries from more than 120 countries and the editorial team selected 288 to appear on the cover of the latest issue of TIME. We actually felt obligated to tag TIME on Instagram, but none of Social Irony’s photos made the cut. However we have a few friends that did have their images published and a big congrats to you!

*This entire short was composed and image captured using the iPhone… at a comfortable cruising altitude of 37,000 feet en route to Hong Kong. Follow @socialirony on Instagram and tag your cool tech savvy photos using #socialirony.

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Justin James Muir is the mind behind this non-profit book and exhibition A Book of Beards. It celebrates the gnarliest looking beards we’ve seen, as well as some of the most creative. Collecting images of gentleman with the burly facial growth, the book is a portrait gallery that could have been published yesteryear. Beautifully captured in crisp black and white, A Book of Beards is a great addition to your book collection. Proceed from the book will benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.  

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