Remo OBSBOT Tail AI-Powered Camera Tracks Humans As Well As Pets

Remo OBSBOT Tail

Shenzhen, China-based Remo Tech Makes AI-Powered Cameras that track Humans as well as their pets. The company just announced pre-order for the cameras, dubbed OBSBOT Tail, via Indiegogo.

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The cameras are designed to capture active moments in life without the help of a cameraman. They are compact, but sports a powerful HiSilicon Hi3559A processor that tracks, automatically zooms and captures action in up to 4k/60 fps, even when in dim lighting, says a press release.

To track your cat or the dog, simply activate the new filming mode called “Pet Pal.” Next, you’ll have to select your pets through the accompanying obsbot studio app, and it will record and keep them in the center of the picture. Pet owners can finally free their hands and enjoy the moment with pets, whether when they are playing with their cat at home or playing fetch with their dog outside.

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“Launching OBSBOT Tail on Indiegogo will bring our proprietary AI camera technology to new communities that share our vision of pushing the boundaries of accessible creative filmmaking,” said Bo Liu, CEO and Founder of Remo Technology, “And in conjunction with the announcement of Pet Pal, we’re introducing even more ways so that our backers can use OBSBOT Tail to film those once-in-a-lifetime moments with their entire family, including their cats and dogs.”

First debuted at CES 2019, the OBSBOT Tail has received distinctions including Variety’s “The Innovation that Stole the Show,” The Verge’s “Best Creator Tool,” and “Best/Coolest of CES” by USA TODAY, CNET, and SlashGear.

The camera is now available for pre-order on Indiegogo with an “early bird” price of $489 USD.

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Remo was founded in 2016. “Remo Technology is a camera company dedicated to pushing the boundaries of the camera industry with new ideas and technologies, including AI,” according to the company.