Unlike other cameras, the Neurocam purports to rate a user’s level of interest in what they are looking at and measures it on a scale of one to 100. Then, the gadget uses an advanced analytics algorithm that looks at what a wearer ‘likes’ and triggers the smartphone camera to automatically record and save five second GIF clips of scenes that are shown to be of interest to the wearer. Continue reading for a video and more information.

According to The Daily Mail: “If the individual scores over 60, the device records a five-second film on their iPhone in a special ‘liveblogging’ app, which can then be used to remember what they have seen and liked during the day.