meMINI, a wearable camera with the gift of hindsight

A project in Auckland, NZ by meMINI
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meMINI is the world first wifi enabled wearable camera that allows you to handpick your favourite moments, after they happen
Backers: 570
Average Pledge Per Backer: $165

Funded: $94,300 of $50,000
Dates: Jan 6th -> Feb 5th (30 days)
Project By: meMINI
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Latest News

Thanks for all the support!

February 4th - via: kickstarter.com
As our campaign comes to a close, we want to fire this update out... From New Zealand, a massive thank you to all the people that have made meMINI possible! Firstly, our backers!  Without you, we wouldn't be here today with a successfully funded... (Read More)

The Final Countdown!

February 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings to all our backers, friends and family Almost 24 hours to go, and if you can find the time to throw one last post to social media, or email to and let people know, that our journey on Kickstarter is coming to a end - get in quick!.  We... (Read More)

2 days to go - Remember to vote... and for those who don't have Facebook...

February 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

4 days to go! We need your help - Tell us your favorite colors!

January 31st - via: kickstarter.com
Wow guys, the campaign roller coast is coming to its last few bends...   Only 4 days to go!   We need your help to select which colors we'll manufacture the fashion covers in.  Please go to our Facebook page, and view the photos from the covers... (Read More)

We have done it!!! 75k and covers are unlocked...

January 29th - via: kickstarter.com
... and we couldn't have done it without you guys - our backers and our supporters.   Thank you all so much for believing in us, and supporting the dream to make meMINI simply the best wearable camera possible. We've got back the new color covers... (Read More)

Closing in on 75k! And now - calling all hackers...

January 26th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello everyone,  We received great support from our MEGA update, thanks again and keep the feedback coming. We have had some stellar new suggestions for how some of our backers are going to be using meMINI and here are some of our favorites:... (Read More)

This time it's a meMEGA Update!

January 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings Backers! We are over the halfway mark and we have some exciting new developments to reveal. The feedback we have been getting is awesome, and is helping shape this product into a really versatile lifestyle camera. Commuter ModeMany of you... (Read More)

Stretch goals!!!

January 17th - via: kickstarter.com
To all our backers and supporters, We've listened to your feedback over the campaign so far, and... today we're announcing our next 2 stretch goals: Colour covers - $75000 Slimmer and lighter design - $150000 Our mechanical team has come up a cool... (Read More)

Kiwi innovation meMINI reaches Kickstarter goal

January 17th - via: voxy.co.nz
The Kiwi innovators developing the unique wearable camera meMINI have reached their crowd-funding goal of $US50,000 in just eight days. (Read More)

MeMini Is a Wearable Camera That Captures Moments After They Happen

January 16th - via: mashable.com
Video can capture priceless moments -- but not if you miss the shot. (Read More)

meMINI lets you capture the action after it happens

January 15th - via: gizmag.com
They say that nothing takes you out of a fun situation quite like filming it – you stop being a participant, and start being an observer. That said, people still like their home videos. Small wearable camcorders are one solution to the problem, although users are left with a ton of raw footage to sift through. The meMINI offers an alternative. It "rewrites" a continuous loop of video, but will save the previous few minutes of footage whenever the user presses its one button. (Read More)

We are grateful...

January 14th - via: kickstarter.com
Today we are grateful for the support of our backers, thanks to you we have reached our goal on Kickstarter. Now we bring our dream of making it easy to capture amazing moments on video to your life. We are also grateful for the support of our... (Read More)

Almost over the line...

January 13th - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

The meMINI Ensures You Never Miss an Important Moment Again (VIDEO)

January 13th - via: trendhunter.com
A nifty but super fierce project, the ingenuous meMini is a wearable camera that records your life for you, while you're busy living it. (Read More)

The incredible new inventions landing in January

January 13th - via: innovation.uk.msn.com
2014 could be a huge year for wearable tech, as Google Glass is developed and other companies (including Apple, perhaps) jump on the bandwagon. The MeMini is a Wi-Fi-enabled miniature wearable camera that captures everything that happens in your day — you can then handpick your favourite moments and share them with friends and family easily. (Read More)

MeMINI Is A Wearable Camera That Let’s You Save Video Clips Minutes After Cool Stuff Happened

January 11th - via: techcrunch.com
Meet meMINI, a wearable videocamera that’s currently seeking $50,000 in crowdfunding on Kickstarter to help you save the best bits of your daily life for posterity without having to record everything and then edit the footage for highlights. (Read More)

What happens in Vegas, we tell our backers!

January 9th - via: kickstarter.com
Thank you everyone for your support! We are now over 60% funded! Keep the comments coming and the posts on social media. We are taking on board all the feedback and have some exciting developments coming very soon!  We know battery life is... (Read More)

Wearable meMINI video camera lets you rewind time by five minutes, anytime

January 9th - via: stuff.tv
meMINI is one of the CES 2014’s intriguing little products: a wearable video camera that’s constantly recording footage. At any time, you can wind back to anything that it’s captured in the last five minutes. (Read More)

Crowdfunded Project News: The best of Kickstarter, Indiegogo and the rest

January 8th - via: tuaw.com
Every week, TUAW will be providing readers with an update on what new or significant crowdfunded Apple-related projects are in the news. (Read More)

Kiwi Inventor Creates meMINI, Camera With A ‘Gift Of Hindsight’ [VIDEO]

January 8th - via: au.ibtimes.com
Kiwi entrepreneur Sam Lee has developed a camera that has a “gift of hindsight.” Armed with a unique feature called Recall technology, the small, wearable camera can record without saving footages until a button is pushed. (Read More)

Thank you all - over 1/3 funded after just 24 hours!

January 7th - via: kickstarter.com
To all our backers, Sit down.  Take a deep breath.  And feel good about what you've done.  You've backed some seriously cool innovation and Memini is one step closer to being a reality because of you!  We've had 125 backers get us more than 1/3... (Read More)

meMini's wearable camera gives you the gift of hindsight

January 7th - via: engadget.com
Picture the scene: your child speaks its first words, you've just spotted a public official in a compromising position or you've just shred some phenomenal powder. Of course, unless you've had cameras already set up and pointing at the action, it's not likely that you'll have that recorded for posterity. That's the idea behind meMini, a wearable camera that's constantly recording, but only preserves the last five minutes when you've spotted something worth saving. (Read More)

Always-on meMini camera wants to prevent lost moments

January 7th - via: asia.cnet.com
Meant to be clipped onto your clothing, this Kickstarter project is a camera that's always recording so you can capture footage up to 5 minutes back in time. (Read More)

meMini portable, wearable digital camera

January 7th - via: techglimpse.com
Certain things will happen at no time and later you would regret for not capturing it. For instance, you got to hear your little one speaking her first words, but you were not ready with your camera. How much will you regret after hearing those lovely words? Wouldn’t be nice, if you had a little wearable camera and that constantly records the happening and stores only what is worth saving. That’s what is the idea behind meMini Wearable Camera. Shown at CES 2014, the cute little device was developed by Samuel Lee and Ben Bodley from New Zealand. As told by the developers, the technology is still in the early prototype, but the output quality would be really pleasing. (Read More)

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