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Time Machine Camera captures video before you hit record

Time Machine Camera captures video before you hit record

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A Dutch company is showing the Time Machine Camera at this year’s CES, a wearable lets you take pictures of the past — albeit the very recent past. What is it? Roader, the company behind the camera, says it’s designed to help photographers capture moments which have just passed. The Time Machine is constantly buffering video, and saves the ten seconds from both before and after you hit the record button. The camera comes with 16 GB of internal storage, and records both low-resolution (640 x 640) and high resolution (1088 x 1088) versions of your footage. The low-rez version is…

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