A wearable camera that takes a photograph every 30 seconds can help improve the recall of people with memory impairment and those suffering from neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s Disease.
SenseCam, a palm size device worn around the user’s neck, takes a wide-angle image automatically every 30 seconds, or whenever the surroundings change markedly. The images are downloaded to a computer for the patient to review a slideshow of their day.
In initial trials involving...
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