A new and innovative wireless security camera has been launched over on the Indiegogo website this week in the form of the GeckoEye which measures just 45mm across and is powered by a solar panel on its rear and support both Android and iOS devices
The GeckoEye has been designed to provide users with a car DVR or a portable security camera that can be placed on windows or similar to help you keep an eye on your premises or a specific location. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the GeckoEye project and see it in action.
The GeckoEye project is currently over on the Indiegogo crowd funding website looking to raise $100,000 in pledges to make the jump from concept to production. Its creators explain :
“GeckoEye is a unique and versatile solution for anyone to ensure that their property – house, car, office etc. – is safe and secure 24/7. This small gadget can easily replace many other devices at a much lower cost. You will not really need car dvr, security camera, baby or pet monitor any more.
GeckoEye is a small and stylish, highly-protected and convenient device with durable aluminum or polycarbonate casing. It is a round camera powered by solar panels that is fit to be mounted anywhere due to its special mounting features.
GeckoEye cam is equipped with a motion sensor which connects to the base (supplied with a cam, it also has a gsm slot) by wi-fi. The GeckoEye station transmits video to a secure cloud storage. The user can either monitor the device live or video from the archive and look through it later.”
So if you think the GeckoEye wireless security camera is something you could benefit from, visit the Indiegogo website now to make a pledge and help GeckoEye become a reality.