Roader time machine wearable video camera helps you capture unexpected moments in your daily life. Curious? Let’s keep checking.
The Roader is an innovative mini video camera designed to prevent you from missing any wonder moment. As we can see from the images, the video camera shows off an elegant and minimal appearance design, and the compact form factor allows you to effortlessly take it with you anywhere. Meanwhile, the Roader comes with a patent pending power lanyard that allows you to wear it on your neck, and you can also use the lanyard to charge your Roader or download video to your computer.
The wearable video camera comes equipped with a 120-degree wide-angle lens and Sony Exmor image sensor for high-quality video recording, but unlike any mini camera on the market, when Roader is powered on, it starts buffering video in its RAM memory. The image is stored for 10 seconds and it refreshes constantly. Only when you press the camera, the 10-sec video will be stored in its internal flash memory and it will add a 10-second video after the press.
The 20-sec in 720 x 540p video will be automatically transferred to your phone via Bluetooth so that you can share it via your social media. Meanwhile, the video in HD (1280 x 960 pixels resolution) will be stored in the camera, read to upload to your phone via WiFi. In addition, the mini video camera has 16GB internal storage and its 2350mAh rechargeable battery offers up to 7 hours of reviewing on a 3-hour full single charge.
The team behind Roader is raising fund for the product on Indiegogo. We can pledge $139 to preorder the time machine wearable video camera. It will be shipped in October 2018.