Clothing Hides Secret Cameras To Record Your Every Move


NewViewWear is a collection of "wearable camera apparel" that lets users log their daily activities.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 3 june 2014

Currently raising funds on Indiegogo, NewViewWear is a wearable camera that is tucked away into the wearer’s clothes to enable the user to capture scenes from their day.

The line of “wearable camera apparel” features shirts and hoodies with a hidden, always-on micro HD camera tucked into interior pockets behind a small specially-designed lens opening. Wearers can tap the camera three times to remember something that just happened or let the camera record all day.


Wearers can also remove the camera from the special NewViewWear apparel and attach it to other clothes or to objects and surfaces using wearable clips, lanyards, or mounts. The NewViewWear camera is lightweight and weighs less than an ounce so it’s quite easy to use with any type of clothing and won’t be burdensome to the wearer.

The NewViewWear camera has four recording modes: automated, continuous, loop recording, as well as time-lapse recording. It is also touch-activated. Tapping the camera twice takes a snapshot while tapping three times records up to the last five minutes of video.


NewViewWear records HD videos and takes 8 megapixel photos. The camera can be controlled wirelessly via an app that’s available on iOS and Android. Wearers can transfer their video recordings instantly and wirelessly to their smartphones so they can share them with friends and family.

The brand’s Indiegogo backers can pre-order the shirt and camera package for as low as $189, with the product estimated to ship around September to October. Backers can also opt for the HD camera only for $149. The future list price of NewViewWear is $299.

Take a look at the campaign video of NewViewWear below.


[h/t]: TechCrunch


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