overview

The Narrative Clip is a tiny camera and GPS that you clip on and wear. It’s an entirely new kind of digital camera with no controls. Instead, it automatically takes photos as you go. The app then seamlessly and effortlessly organizes them for you.

Critic reviews

6.0
2 reviews
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    6.0
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    8.0
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    8.0
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    8.0
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    6.0

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User reviews

8.0
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    8.0
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7.0
Wired Feb 13, 2014

The best result from my testing: I now have a flipbook of my friend’s baby pugs frolicking, a capture of a moment that’s not only priceless, but would otherwise not have been purposefully recorded.

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5.0
CNET Mar 5, 2014

The Narrative Clip camera attempts to be your always-on wearable way to record photographic memories, but it lacks the flexibility, affordability, and camera quality to meet its promise.

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First Looks

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Engadget Mar 12, 2013

There likely aren't too many people in the world crying for ways to exponentially increase the number of digital pictures in their collections, but Memoto's hoping to help wearers rethink picture taking as they know it.

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