Camera wearable can livestreamen from a chain
Picture: Ubiquiti Networks
FrontRow of the company Ubiquiti Networks is a wearable on the chest to wear. With two cameras record users their day.
The FrontRow has a 8 megapixel camera on the back and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. The wearable is meant for a necklace to wear, allowing users to quickly find a photo or video from their point of view.
For example, it is possible to have a live stream on Facebook or YouTube broadcast. That keeps the device according to the creators of up to two hours of full, before the battery is empty. The FrontRow may pictures and videos behind stick together to make a longer overzichtsfilmpje of the past twelve hours. In standby mode, would FrontRow the seventy hours on end.
The wearable has a round shape with a touch display of 2-inch and a resolution of 640 by 572 pixels. FrontRow works with a custom version of Android via an app to an iPhone or Android phone to link.
FrontRow comes in two colors. At this time, only the black version via the website of the makers available for $ 400. About a month is there a roségouden variant.
FrontRow is not the only camera on the chest. Kickstarterproject Streamcam of developer Shonin promises, for example, also livestreams on Facebook and Instagram. The makers describe the product as a security camera. On Kickstarter has Shonin almost $ 120,000 retrieved.