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The Narrative Clip only weighs 0.7 oz and measures 1.42x1.42x0.35 inches. With a storage capacity of 6000 pictures and battery life for 2 days of use, you can be sure to never miss a moment. Just plug it in to your computer to transfer all your images and recharge the batteries.
The Narrative Clip is an entirely new type of camera, with its strongest benefit lying in the long term use. While the image framing and quality of many of the photos might differ from a classic point-and-shoot camera, the quantity of photos lets you go back and re-experience your life as it truly happened. The Narrative Clip changes the way you remember and experience your life, and we trust you will be happy with what you discover.
Our software for Mac and PC uploads all your photos to the cloud and make them easily accessible from the Narrative smartphone app for iPhone and Android. In the cloud your photos are analyzed and divided into "moments" - each moment automatically represented by a representative cover photo. Use the smartphone app to find your most cherished memories and share directly to Instagram, Twitter or Facebook. Your Narrative Clip comes with 3 free months of the Narrative Cloud Service. After these three months you may choose to subscribe.
Narrative Clip takes a photo ever 30 seconds so you never miss a moment. Wear it anytime, anywhere. Diminutive size and a battery time of 30 hours makes this the most wearable camera around.
Narrative Clip has no buttons and requires no interaction. It's on when you clip it on. Put it face down or in your pocket to turn it of. Double tap the Clip to take an extra photo and at the same time led's display the current battery charge.
When starting to use the Narrative Clip, we recommend that you take a week or two to really experience the product in its fullest capacity. Use it during a party, a family outing or in your travels to a new city. The beauty of the Narrative Clip lies in its long-term benefit. When you look back on a special time or moment in your life, you’ll able to re-experience it. That’s how Narrative Clip changes the way we remember and experience our lives.
The Narrative Clip fits any clothing. Put it on your t-shirt for picnic or place it in a window to capture a time-lapse of the sunset. Bring the Clip to the fun events that you wish to remember - why not a weekend trip or bowling with friends. Capture the spontaneous moments between staged photos of grand views and family portraits.
Browse, search and share. In beautiful apps for iPhone and Android, your photos are given the display they deserve. Relive your favorite moments by browsing the timeline. Smartphone apps are a part of the optional cloud service.
Automatically upload all your photos to the cloud for safe storage, GPS positioning and image analysis. Narrative's clever image processing algorithms splits your day into moments and highlights your best photos. Storage, image processing and GPS are part of the optional cloud service.
This Narrative Clip Wearable Camera is a fun and surprisingly additive way to capture an event, or even an entire day in images. Read morePublished 10 days ago by C. Hill
I love wearing the clip, and capturing the moments we wouldn't otherwise bother to capture. Some of my favorite photos are of friends and family laughing together over a dinner... Read morePublished 14 days ago by phillip dane
Great size and battery life, easy to use interface, just be aware of the low light limitations(to be expected in a cam this size really)Published 28 days ago by gamble
I love being able to automatically snap photos of my day. I've gotten a lot of really interesting shots.Published 29 days ago by Kingkool68
I wish I could view the photos on an app on my computer as well as my phone.Published 1 month ago by Carl W.
I am a cognitive scientist/psychologist active in the Quantified Self movement, and I have had my Narrative Clip since early May (I bought it through their site). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark Hatala
This was also known as project Memoto. I love the concept, I am thrilled when I got my hands on one of these - a lifelogging camera. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nuknuk
One of those things you can't believe you lived without. So many memories saved with this tiny almost invisible device. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ArA