GQ: This Wearable Camera Is Ushering In A Creepy New Era Of Content Creation

AT LEAST YOU'LL NEVER HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT BEING CAUGHT LOW-KEY FILMING THAT FREAK WHO JUST BOARDED YOUR TRAIN.

Literal spy cameras have always been seen as one step too far when it comes to social technology. The prospect of low-key wearable cameras becoming a widely-adopted thing is enough to make anyone feel just a little bit vulnerable to people who might use them for more unsavoury purposes. Sure, everyone can record anything on their mobile phone these days, but at least people will always know you're recording and act accordingly.

Which is why it's kind of surprising to see this, dubbed the OPKIXOne, come to market.

The OPKIXOne sells itself as the the first truly wearable camera, allowing you to be more involved in what you're doing without having to worry about capturing the entire thing on your mobile phone. It's just under four inches long and can attach to just about any accessory, from your necklace to a pair of Sunglasses.

"OPKIXOne is a tiny, powerful, wearable video camera made for a social-first generation that lets users experience life instead of capturing it through a mobile screen," says the company's website.

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