Kapture Small_ggmyzoku6c5wqdgobmcbssal47u1zvnf55lnszn1k_kapture Small_ggmyzoku6c5wqdgobmcbssal47u1zvnf55lnszn1k_kapture-1 Small_ggmyzoku6c5wqdgobmcbssal47u1zvnf55lnszn1k_kapture-2 Medium_ggmyzoku6c5wqdgobmcbssal47u1zvnf55lnszn1k_kapture Posted on Tue, 10 Sep 2013 12:00:00 AM UTC         
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Ever had someone say something to you and wish you had recorded it? It’s kind of tough to do that after the fact, but Matthew Dooley and Mike Sarow believe they have solved the problem with a device that is continuously recording the last 60 seconds of audio. All they need now is the funding to make it happen.

What Dooley and Sarow have created is an audio recording device that sits on your wrist called the Kapture wristband. It’s only job is to store the last 60 seconds of audio while giving you the option at any time to save those 60 seconds. So if someone says something memorable, funny, or important, you can tap the Kapture and have it saved forever.

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