Remo Technology, a Shenzhen company has announced a camera that can use Artificial intelligence to sense and track the subject while recording them. Known as the Obsbot Tail, the camera that is 6.7-inch tall and 20.4-ounce in weight uses a 12-megapixel camera and it can shoot 4K videos with HDR10.
The advantage of inclusion of HDR10 here is the high dynamic range that covers 100 percent of DCI-P3 and Rec. 2020 color spaces for a total of 1.07 billion colors. The Obsbot Tail camera also comes with the 3.5 optical zoom lens and the battery of the camera is said to be offering about 150 minutes of recording on a single charge. The stabilisation and the tracking is done with the help of AI and there is a 3-axis motorized gimbal that helps reduce the jitters.
The Remo Obsbot Tail uses Machine Learning algorithms for the smooth panning and zooming. The camera is powered by the HiSilicon Hi3559A chip, and that helps in the AI part. Apart from that, the camera is powerful enough to recognise the subjects in low light conditions, and take certain gestures to trigger camera functions. There are different filming modes that can be set and one of them is for only filming the person’s upper body.
Not just that, the Obsbot Tail has the company’s remote-controlled accessory that comes with wheels and that is for following the recognised subject, or it can followed a preplanned route.
“The Obsbot Tail is a groundbreaking camera that makes sophisticated filming techniques and filming complex movements readily accessible to anyone, with just a tap of a button,” said Bo Liu, CEO and founder of Remo Technology. “We’ve worked with dozens of dance groups, street sports teams, and vloggers to design a camera that can truly capture movement.”
“We hope that with Obsbot Tail, people can enjoy the freedom of expressing their creativity through videos, without the hassle of getting help from others or having to endure the complex process of setting up or adjusting a camera,” Liu said.
There are no details about the pricing and availability of the Obsbot Tail.