Designed for police use, this camera clips to a pair of glasses and records video evidence from the point of view of an officer. The camera has a continuously looping buffer, so at the moment the officer decides that an incident warrants recording, the previous 30 seconds are stored too. Live video from the camera can also be streamed to a smart phone.
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