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Oregon Scientific busts out head-mountable ATC-2000 webcam

Oregon Scientific busts out head-mountable ATC-2000 webcam
Darren Murph
Darren Murph|October 24, 2006 9:56 AM

We all know that upping the ante on your flashy moblog is best accomplished with an always-on, wearable camera, but Oregon Scientific's rendition is expanding possibilities by providing the means to strap your lifeblogger onto nearly anything. Unlike the Viosport and DoubleVision Pro, the ATC-2000 comes with mounting hardware to affix the hands-free unit to "helmets, handlebars, and other sports equipment," and although attaching it to a car mirror while cruising in a demolition derby isn't mentioned, we're sure you could pull it off. The self-contained webcam touts a VGA resolution at 30fps, "water and shock-resistance," USB 2.0 connectivity, RCA outputs, 32MB of internal storage, and an SD slot to carry even more zany moments from your everyday life. The perfect tool for capturing those daredevil audition tapes is available now for $129.99.
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