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Revue 3MP camera

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Vicon, developer of motion capture products for the life science, engineering and entertainment markets, has launched its Revue 3MP camera. Based on Microsoft's SenseCam technology, Revue 3MP now has four times more storage, a 3 Megapixel sensor and an affordable price of £299.

Vicon signed a license agreement with Microsoft in 2009 to manufacture, develop and sell SenseCam technology as Vicon Revue. Revue is a wearable digital camera that takes photographs automatically, without user intervention. Developed by Microsoft Research Cambridge, the device is most commonly used by medical researchers as an aid for people with memory loss, but has great potential in a number of different application areas, such as market research.

The previous VGA sensor has been upgraded to a 3 Megapixel sensor, giving clinicians and researchers more detailed images. To accommodate this increase in resolution, Revue 3MP now offers 8GB of storage or approximately seven days of photos.

Clinicians and researchers will now get more detailed photos while still being able to store up to seven days of photos.

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