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Taser rolled out a new line of body-wearable cameras for law enforcement today, the Axon Flex line, designed to be worn on sunglasses and record then upload video to the cloud from the officer's point of view. They're delightfully frightening! The 3.2-inch cameras store two hours of footage at a time (which seems short), have a 14 hour battery life, and are compatible with iOS and Android for wireless viewing. They mount on a pair of Oakley Flak Jacket glasses (or hats, or clothes, or helmets, you name it) and automatically record video to a DVR, which is then automatically uploaded to Evidence.com at the end of an officer's shift. They're designed to work in low light. The idea is that the glasses provide two safeguards, one to the public and one to the po-po.