03-21-2016, 10:51 AM
As part of the Y cordinator 2016 winter class, REVL, simply launched an intelligent motion camera recently that solves the 2 worst things about action cams: shaky footage and a cumbersome editing system.
Simply launched a intelligent motion camera that solves the 2 worst things about action cams: shaky footage and a cumbersome editing system.
The 4K digital camera can also be water resistant as much as 10 toes, packs Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and has a battery that gives it 90 minutes of 4K recording time.
Arc additionally packs built-in sensors to monitor altitude, velocity and rotation, which are used to detect undertaking and support make shrewd recommendations about what recorded pictures is satisfactory. For illustration, the editing algorithm can use captured telemetry information from an hour-lengthy ski run and pull out and have the clips the place the skier used to be doing a bounce or rail, leaving boring footage in the background.
This clever editing will be finished through REVL’s app, which is involved in offering quick shoot-edit-share functionality. The enhancing platform can even pay homage to Snapchat’s filters by means of letting users overlay telemetry data like altitude and velocity on prime of recorded video.
Additionally to YC, backers include invoice Tai, James Lindenbaum and Google Maps co-founder Lars Rasmussen, who've contributed a whole of $2 million in seed funding.
The digital camera is launching on Indiegogo in these days, and will ship in December 2016.