Missed recording your baby's first steps? A new pocket-sized wearable camera allows you to 'go back in time' to capture such fleeting moments.
The device called Perfect Memory camera, developed by a US based company, is pocket-size and lightweight 12-megapixel device that can record audio and video in full-high-definition.
The camera continuously records, and can save footage from the previous five minutes, or any other pre-set duration, when you tap its touchscreen.
This allows people to retroactively save a video of an event after it occurs, 'Live Science' reported.
"You don't know when a surprising, magical moment will happen - capturing a baby's first words, for instance," said Jules Winnfield, COO of General Streaming Systems, the company that developed the device.
The device can be worn as a hands-free bodycam. It can also attach to the dash of a car, could pair with sports action mounts, stick to virtually any surface and even hang around a pet's neck.
It can also click pictures, act as a regular video camera and shoot time-lapse photography, the company said.