Found this on Fab.com … the MeCam. According to their website, mecam.me, “MeCam is the hands-free wearable video camera that pins to your shirt, can be worn as a necklace, or pinned on to anything to capture video from that point of view. Unique features include its small size, light weight, and ability to shoot in low-light/dark conditions through Infrared (IR) LED lights built into the device.”
This is a nifty little gizmo. The only problem is you can’t exactly see what you are shooting. But the quality is fantastic. I shot the footage below. The video is 1280 x 720, and shoots at 29.37 fps. Again, its pretty good quality! It will be interesting to try this in the classroom.