Motrr, a name that is familiar with delivering high design robotics to everyday life, alongside Appologics, a specialist in mobile video, have worked together to streamline the process of shooting high definition videos as well as photography in a hands-free manner. Videography has been said to be the ultimate app for novice and expert camera enthusiasts, where it enables users to control all camera functions remotely, at the same time viewing the camera’s view in Full HD from a different browser. When mounted in a Motrr Galileo, which is a 360° robotic spinning platform for the iPhone and/or iPod, as users are able to pan/tilt their cameras remotely, not to mention Videography offering the ability to follow objects (such as faces), motion or colored objects automatically in order to ensure that they remain in the center of the view.
Videography would be able to offer all the features that one might be able to expect from a professional camera, and when paired with the Galileo, it would enable users to capture footage without the hassle of standing behind the camera. Galileo is capable of automatically detecting and following objects, motion or specific colors that one has determined beforehand, making it the ideal tool to capture a memorable birthday party, or to record your professor’s lecture as he walks around the lecture hall, with the practical application being virtually unlimited.
Videography can be best described to be a full-featured camera app for the iPhone, iPod and iPad, as it delivers Full HD video recording capability in 1080p with CD-quality audio, high-res still images, slow motion, time lapse, 16x zoom, Dropbox integration and even advanced motion controlled recordings. Those who are interested will be able to pick up the Motrr Galileo in two flavors – Bluetooth (whic will be compatible with iPhone 5/5S/5C, iPhone 4S and iPod Touch 5th generation for $149.95 a pop) and 30-pin (compatible with iPhone 4/4S, iPhone 3GS & iPod Touch 4th generation for $99.95 each).