This is an idea whose time has come. No more ‘he said, she said’ arguments. Matt Baxter-Reynolds:
I’ve wanted a lifelogging camera for years.
Now I’ve had the opportunity to try one, I’m not convinced they are a good idea at all. In fact, I think we may need to ban them.
The underlying problem of lifelogging cameras is that they essentially demand that you take photos of complete strangers. I would wager that walking up to a complete stranger and deliberately taking a photo of them would make virtually everyone reading this uncomfortable — yet, that is exactly what wearing a lifelogging camera means.
Let’s call this the Google Glass effect.