Lifelogging is the act of tracking and recording every single moment of your daily activities. Photographs, video, sleep tracking, health data – every breath you breathe, every step you take, every moment you share is recorded by the lifelogger.


Wearable Cameras

Wearable cameras are very small, discrete cameras housed as watches, glasses and other subtle wearable devices. But don’t let their size fool you, small wearable cameras are not just convenient, they snap away capturing opportune and continuous high quality photos allowing you to live in the moment. Learn More

Wearable Video Cameras

Impressively powerful, mightily robust, and incredibly versatile, small wearable video cameras fasten securely to sports helmets, chest harnesses, can be pinned to clothing or even strapped to the family pet to capture the world in motion from points of view you’ve never seen before. Learn More

Fitness Trackers

A fitness tracker, commonly referred to as an activity tracker, is a wearable fitness device which tracks your daily fitness levels. Learn More

Sleep Trackers

We all crave a good night’s sleep or simply a better night’s sleep. The key is often a combination of factors. Learn More

An Overview

Twitter? Facebook? Instagram? While it’s true that we document much of our daily lives using social media, the true spirit of lifelogging is something far greater and very different. Through using a dedicated lifelogging service, you keep all of your data and the content of your lifelog private, sharing only the moments and the information that you want to. Through the use of wearable technology – wearable cameras, wearable video recorders, sleep trackers, fitness monitors – you become a lifelogger and record all of your daily activities, aggregating all the data you collect on a single lifelogging app. Some lifelogging gadgets serve a single specific function only, such as the Get Narrative Clip, which is the world’s smallest lifelogging wearable camera and attaches anywhere onto your clothing and takes a picture once every 30 seconds day in, day out.

The origins of lifelogging

The idea of lifelogging has actually been around for more than 2 decades now. Back in 1994, Canadian Researcher Steve Mann, aka the ‘father of wearable computers’, continuously transmitted his life using a wearable computer 24 hours a day. Whilst this original creation was quite a crude and bulky affair, the lifelogging gadgets that are in use today are much smaller, sleeker, and more powerful devices, most commonly used in sports and for other health and fitness activities. The Jawbone UP3, for example, is a wristband that tracks your movements and your sleep patterns, and the Fitbit Charge HR tracks your distance travelled, your calories burned and your quality of sleep during the night and your heart rate.

Lifelogging devices


Wearable Cameras

The Get Narrative Clip, originally named Memoto, is the world’s smallest wearable lifelogging camera. Attaching to any item of clothing, this tiny 5 mega pixel camera has a battery life of 2 days’ continuous use, and backs up all photos captured to the cloud. The Autographer is the world’s first smart wearable camera. Designed to be worn around the neck, the camera’s sensors work with intelligent algorithms to inform the camera of the exact moment to take a snap, completely spontaneous and hands free. The perfect lifelogging camera.

Wearable Video Cameras

The MeCam is a hands-free camera that can be worn anywhere on the body. It has both photographic and video recording functions, and all footage and stills captured can be very easily uploaded to your computer via USB. The MeCam is extremely lightweight, and can be clipped to clothing or worn around the neck with absolute ease. The Ca7ch Lightbox is the world’s smallest live-streaming video camera. It attaches to your clothing via a patented magnetic clip, allowing for hands free filmmaking wherever you choose to go. As lifelogging wearable video cameras go, this one can’t be beaten. The meMINI is a lifelogging wearable video camera for those who never want to miss those magic moments in life. It records in HD, though, instead of storing every single minute of footage, with a press of a button it tracks back 5 minutes so that special moment need never be lost.

Fitness and Sleep Trackers

This is where lifelogging really comes into its own. To be a true lifelogger, then you will need to record your health and fitness stats as well as capturing those all important moments throughout the day on film. And, lifelogging doesn’t stop when you go to sleep at night either. Fitness trackers and sleep trackers aid the dedicated lifelogger to keep a thorough record of his or her sleeping patterns.