If you use your smartphone for videoconferencing or would like a way to be able to remotely control a smartphone in a different location. Rimo the smartphone camera mount and remote control system might be worth more investigation.
Rimo allows the person on the other end of a video call to remotely control the phones movement, providing further immersion to the videoconference call and allowing them to see other members or different views of the room.
Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about Rimo which has been launched by Kickstarter this week to raise the $50,000 the development team requires to take Rimo into production.
Rimo is a smart phone mount that allows the person on the other end of a video call to remotely control the phone’s movement. It is the only wireless device that uses patented technology to seamlessly connect your computer to Rimo without an IP address or password in a video chat, and connect your phone to Rimo without Bluetooth setup for video recording. It is simple to use. So simple even your parents can use it.
Rimo is developed by Ph.D. students from UCLA, USA. More than one year has been spent in developing the technology and filing the patent. Your support will fasten the process of transferring new technology from lab to the market.
For more information on the new Rimo jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to back with earlybird pledges starting from just $75 and shipping expected to take place during February 2018.
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