Meet Memoto, the world’s smallest wearable camera. It’s tiny, orange, and you can clip it onto your shirt!

It features no buttons whatsoever. Now I know what you’re thinking. If there’s no button, how are photos taken? Well, the Memoto automatically takes photos while you’re on the move. As long as you’re wearing it, it will take two photos a minute! And don’t worry if its raining out or you’re in other awful weather because Memoto’s frame guards against water.

Memoto also has built GPS (to geotag photos) and its batteries can work for an entire 2 days before needing to be recharged. Recharging batteries is as simple as plugging the device into your computer.

While you’re charging up, you automatically upload your photos to Memoto’s servers. The camera captures a date and location for every photo, so when you upload your pictures you won’t need to organize them – it’ll be done for you!

(Via Memoto)