The hidden cameras that some tech companies have been working on are here.
In fact, Google has even announced its own wearable camera that will be made with cameras that are designed to work with Google Glass.
But the devices have some major limitations: They are expensive, and they require a lot of processing power.
If they are to be a major boon for law enforcement, they will need to be scaled up and put in a variety of different configurations.
One of those configurations, according to researchers at MIT, is a device that combines a camera with a small chip that records everything it sees, including the motion of the camera.
The camera chip will be embedded in the user’s face.
The device is designed to be concealed and only detected when someone sees the camera, the researchers wrote.
The researchers demonstrated the device at a conference in Boston this week.
The team described a prototype, but it was too bulky to fit on a wrist.
They also presented a device with a smaller camera chip that would fit inside a pair of glasses.
They said it was similar in concept to a camera that was implanted in a person’s ear.
“I’m not a scientist, but I think there’s something special about that device that will make it interesting to other researchers,” said Daniel D’Agostino, an MIT researcher who led the team.
“It’s a device where the chip is inside the eye, but the device itself is very thin.”
He and his colleagues developed a way to combine a camera and a chip that can be used to record the image of a person wearing a mask.
The chip is embedded in a wearer’s face, so the device will only be visible to a person who wears the mask.
They created a prototype camera that can record the motion that the camera sees and record the images of the wearer, the team said.
The sensors that capture the images are attached to the face, which means that the person’s face can be hidden.
The cameras, in the form of small sensors, are mounted in a small eye of the mask, which is connected to a light source.
The light source can be placed anywhere on the face to record images.
The system can also detect a person in the mask from anywhere, according the researchers.
The sensor in the face can also be used as a way of detecting facial expressions or body language, which can be recorded as well.
The design is a bit like the ones that are used to detect the motion sensors in a car.
The face of a wearer of the wearable device can be revealed through a mask, as is the case in some smart glasses, which require that the wearer wears a mask that covers part of their face, and the camera sensor can be attached to a faceplate.
The glasses themselves can be connected to the sensor and captured with the camera lens.
The data from the camera can be fed into the camera software to automatically create the images.
“The camera can see through the mask as well as the person wearing it, and you can capture the entire person’s body and facial expressions,” D’AGOSTINO said.
“That’s where you can get the best pictures.”
The team presented the first prototype of their new device on Monday at a workshop in Boston, and it’s expected to go into production later this year.
They have not yet shown the device to the public, but they said it will be available for the next few months.
The technology has been around for years, but in recent years, it has gained a bit of traction.
Earlier this month, Google said it had been in talks with the company that produces the face-tracking glasses for its Glass product line, and last year it said it has an initial prototype that could be ready for production sometime this year, though details are scant.
Google is also planning to introduce a smartphone app that will use the sensor technology for facial recognition.