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Kapture is a Wristwatch That Records Your Every Word

Kapture

Want a record of everything that you’ve said? You can either call the NSA or slap this contraption on your wrist. Obviously the former isn’t an actual option, so your best bet is Kapture. It’s a wristwatch-slash-wearable audio recorder that records your every word. The catch is that it only has enough memory to store 60 seconds of sound, so you can only go back and listen to the last minute of your immediate past on playback.

Kapture constantly and continuously records audio. Given its limited storage, it is also continuously erasing data and recording over previous recordings, too. Its creators are seeking $300,000 for seed funding and will be launching the project on Kickstarter on September 3rd.

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‘Re: Sound Bottle’ Will Record the Soundtrack of Your Life

Sound Bottle

Before anything else, no, this girl isn’t blowing this bottle dry nor is she talking to it. Rather, she’s actually sort of talking into it, but not in a crazy or weird way at all because it’s actually supposed to be a recorder. And by ‘it’, we mean the ‘Re: Sound Bottle’.

It’s a concept by Jun Fujiwara from Tama Art University and it’s pretty awesome. It’s meant to capture the ‘music’ in our every day lives in a very interesting way. To begin recording, just uncork the bottle and it’ll pick up any sounds, if there are any. These sounds are stored in the bottle’s memory and an audio database is eventually created as more sounds are added. Tracks are then selected to create rhythmic numbers made up of all the individual sounds you’ve saved so far.

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