Jigabot's AIMe Robotic Camera Enables Perfect Video Shoots of Moving Subjects in Real-time
Jigabot unveiled the new AIMe System that is based on a patent-pending robotic technology which can perfectly frame subjects while shooting video. The AIMe hands-free system is compatible with all smartphones and light weight digital cameras.
The company specializes in developing software-driven robotic devices that can be used at home, work and play. The AIMe is a robotic camera auto-framing system that can track a moving subject in real time.
Rick Stout, co-founder and CEO of Jigabot said, “AIMe is a real game changer for outdoor adventurists and sports enthusiasts, because it makes it easy for anyone to capture those tricky, fast-moving shots.”
According to officials the Jigabot AIMe robotic camera serves as an auto-framing system that has been especially designed to perfectly capture recreation, extreme sports and home-life video. The AIMe automatic framing technology will capture every moment without missing a single shot.
Users can leverage the hands-free AIMe technology and aim, track, pan, and tilt the camera according to a subject’s movements. Shooting accuracy and smooth operation is enabled by AIMe’s synchronization with EmIT.
EmIT is a wearable and mountable sensor that can be attached to any subject for producing a perfect shot.
The new technology is designed to serve the needs of consumers and filmmakers whether they are experienced to not. Also AIMe can be mounted along with smartphones and digital cameras as it weighs less than 12 ounces. It can be used with the GoPro (News - Alert) camera also. By using along with small lights and microphones video shooting can be enhanced.
“Whether you are a soccer mom or an outdoor adventurist AIMe has you covered. It doesn’t matter if you are using your smartphone or any small camera, it doesn’t matter what activity you’re shooting; AIMe is the best way to get the perfect shot or shoot the perfect selfie video footage every time,” remarked Donna Root, co-founder of Jigabot.
Recently Jigabot announced that its AIMe robotic camera auto-framing system won Videomaker’s “Most Innovative Product Award” and was named to the leading video production publication’s Best of CES (News - Alert) 2014 list. AIMe was recognized by Videomaker for its versatility and engineering excellence. AIMe was also named among the top five robots announced before CES by Fast Company.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker