A new life camera device has been launched this week in the form of the CA7CH Lightbox camera that has been specifically designed to snap pictures and stream video live and hands free.
The CA7CH Lightbox life camera has been created by Catch Motion and has been created to capture and share your daily experiences. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the CA7CH Lightbox project and see it in action.
The CA7CH Lightbox life camera has been designed to be the smallest live streaming wearable camera and measure just 1.5 inches by 1.5 inches straight on. The CA7CH Lightbox combines with your smartphone to change the way you can communicate your activities. Using a 3-function button that can be set to either snap a picture, capture short 12 second video or record audio or live stream. Its creators explain a little more.
“Lightbox’s patented magnetic clip lets you easily attach it anywhere. The powerful magnet will hold the camera firmly in place even through your jacket or baseball cap, letting you explore unique angles and perspectives.
We put connectivity at the center of the Lightbox experience. Lightbox works with your smartphone through built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, moving the camera’s storage to the cloud and letting you instantly connect with friends and followers.
The powerful combination of smartphone and wearable creates endless possibilities. Combined with the CA7CH app, Lightbox lets you auto-store media in the cloud, create events on the fly and share your day with family or friends in one click. It’s not just about capturing the perfect picture, it’s about sharing authentic moments in real time, all with the ease of a single click.”
The CA7CH Lightbox life camera project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website, so if you think the CA7CH Lightbox camera is something you could use, make a pledge and help CA7CH life camera become a reality.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Camera News, Top News