Researchers at Human Media Lab, Queen’s University in Canada have developped the ECSGlasses, a new kind of hi-res eye tracker that detects (till 5 metres distance) when people look at their wearer and triggers a mini-camera.

The footage is then uploaded on an “eyeBlog” that records and publishes face-2-face conversations.


Meanwhile HP Labs Bristol in UK is working on Casual Photography, a wearable camera that automatically picks out the interesting bits among the things the wearer sees and also what might be the best way of representing that sequence of images (stills, panoramas, etc).

Found on Picturephoning.