You have seen them around, the guys wearing Google Glass and you know that you have to wonder if they are recording you or not. It is sort of creepy to see them out there, even when it is someone you know. When Google designed Glass recording video was one of the features they showed off and later developed even more. Granted Google Glass has a very limited storage on the device, but it can send images and video over the internet as well.
With the introduction of smaller and smaller cameras the world became almost obsessed with recording every moment of their lives. We have seen an explosion of gadgets apps and services that allow us to post images and videos of our daily activities. For the most part these are mildly interesting, but not really ground shaking. There is an area that while appearing innocuous, can actually be an important one in many ways. This new area of life recording is the dashcam. These devices are designed to record our travels on the roads (and off). In most cases they are forward facing and do not do much more than record the road ahead of you to some sort of removable media. In more advanced cases they are capable of watching the road, ensuring that you are not drifting, warning if you are too close to something ahead of you and tracking your location. With these advanced cameras you have a safety product in addition to being able to broadcast your driving habits. Today we will be taking a look at one of these advanced models, the Papago P2 Pro. So let’s dive in and see what it can do.