PivotHead Video Recording Eyewear

Pivothead is peddling a new line of video recording eyewear. At the moment, four styles of glasses are available, all of which look like the typical shades someone like Kenny Powers might desire. Despite the slight differences in frame styling, each pair packs the same 8MP Sony CMOS Image Sensor, 8GB of internal memory, a Micro USB 2.0 port, and three video capture modes of 1080/30p, 720/60p and 720/30p… Apps for Windows, Macs, and Android mobile devices will be available at launch to help adjust video settings and review footage  (Read more at Source, Gear Patrol)


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