The http://memoto.com/” target=”_blank”>Memoto Lifelogging Camera is a tiny shooter you can clip onto your collar, measuring just 1.4 x 1.4 inches and lacking any buttons or controls. The 5-megapixel camera snaps a picture every thirty seconds, timestamping and geotagging each. At the end of the day, you upload the photos via a Micro USB connection to Memoto’s cloud servers, where they can be accessed through an iPhone or Android app. The Memoto’s rechargeable battery last two days, and a built-in accelerometer orients the multitude of images for easy viewing. The Stockholm-based startup Memoto has put its eponymous device up on http://kickstarter.com/” target=”_blank”>Kickstarter, achieving its original $50,000 goal in a mere five hours (much to the consternation of privacy rights advocates). Find out more by visiting the Memoto’s Kickstarter http://kickstarter.com/projects/martinkallstrom/memoto-lifelogging-camera” target=”_blank”>page.