Video-camera timepiece shoots Blair Watch Project-quality video

We've seen watches with just about everything but the kitchen sink on them, but timepieces with video cameras are still a novelty. Made by OTAS, and costing $100, you get 8GB of flash memory and the ability to record 80 minutes of 352 x 288-pixel footage using the tiny camera situated at about half past one on the face. It connects via USB to your PC, is Windows XP and Vista-compatible and charges in just four hours!

I love the weird juxtaposition of blingy crystals marking out the hours, and the titchy camera. However, budding wrist directors should note the quality is what you might call shonky.

Impress, via Engadget