Kapture is a Wearable Device That Let’s You Record 60-Second Snippets of Life
How many times in life do you find yourself wishing you could rewind the last few seconds just to rehear something—a funny quip that a friend made, to make sure you heard that news correctly, catching your child’s first word, or to prove (untruthfully) that you really are listening to your wife when she’s talking to you?
There are plenty of moments like that, that we all share. And that’s exactly what the makers of Kapture—a wearable audio device that allows users to rewind the last 60 seconds of their lives—is hoping will attract people to the new device.
Developed by Mike Sarow and Matthew Dooley, Kapture is wearable device that is constantly on, recording in 60-second loops, waiting for the moment the user wants to save a clip and share it with the rest of the world. To do so, the user taps the device twice to send the previous minute’s worth of audio to their phone via Bluetooth. From there, they can edit the clip, enhance the audio, and share it through social channels, all on the Kapture app. (If the device isn’t tapped, clips aren’t saved—a creepiness-saving factor, to be honest.)