|PowerVision’s PowerEgg X Brings Artificial Intelligence (AI) to Video Conferences |
New AI video conferencing camera Mode Features Unit’s 4k/60fps UHD Camera Hands-Free User Tracking on Screen Driven by Artificial Intelligence Brings Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Webex Meetings & Classes to Life San Mateo, CA, August XX, 2020 – PowerVision Robot Corporation, a global leader in smart drones, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and augmented reality, has added an Artificial Intelligence (AI) video conferencing camera mode to its innovative, PowerEgg X multi-purpose drone. Its unique modular design with detachable arms allows the PowerEgg X to turn into a video camera in just one snap. Simply attach the versatile unit to the included tripod mount, connect it to a standard tripod, or set it near a digital device! Compatible with popular platforms such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Webex, users are no longer tied to their desks and are impressing classmates or meeting attendees aplenty! “The PowerEgg X’s AI video conferencing camera capabilities fit very nicely in the worlds of distance learning, business meetings, job interviews, daily work tasks, and many other activities,” said Wally Zheng, Founder, and CEO of PowerVision. “Its 4k/60fps output and three-axis gimbal produce crystal-clear, stunning 12-megapixel images, making it perfect for such applications. When combined with Artificial Intelligence and facial recognition technology, users are no longer stationary and are free to move about while the camera tracks them.” PowerVision is keenly aware that the Covid-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way people live. Dining room tables have become classrooms, small living room corners have been transformed into conference rooms or private offices. Even massive lecture halls and trade show floors have transformed into virtual platforms. The company’s PowerEgg X – designed to provide quality, ultrahigh-definition images – has been for a while, and remains at the forefront of video communications. The PowerEgg X webcam allows fidgety students to fidget, meeting presenters to walk freely about in discussing visual aids and gives meeting attendees the ability to get up and stretch or move around without disappearing off camera. Its special facial recognition, deep learning, and a tracking field of view up to 170° keeps subjects in the middle of the frame at all times without repositioning the unit. Users who find their hands full can begin or end their video participation with a simple hand or body gesture. Through deep learning, based on a database of gestures, the PowerEgg X supports multi-gesture intelligent recognition for a variety of functions. In addition to the AI video conferencing camera mode, PowerEgg X also includes Autonomous Personal AI Camera, Handheld Gimbal Camera, or Smart Drone modes. In drone mode, the PowerEgg X is a professional tool for aerial photography and videography. The drone features a flight time of 30 minutes, automatic obstacle avoidance, precise landing, intelligent flight modes, wind speed resistance up to 20 knots (19-24 mph), 1080P image transmission within a distance of 3.7 miles, and much more. With additional accessories, the drone can also fly in rain, land and takeoff from water – making it the only camera you will need regardless of where your adventures take you. Three years in development and with over 100 technology patents, the PowerEgg X is truly a one-of-a-kind, multipurpose smart device. Pricing and Availability The PowerEgg X with AI video conferencing camera mode starts with an MSRP of $899, and is available at BestBuy.com, B&H Photo, Amazon.com, Powervision.me, and PowerVision dealers. About PowerVision With a mission to “innovate the future,” the PowerVision Group is a global technology leader focusing on UAV-related products and services, including smart drones, data visualization and forecasting, virtual reality, and augmented reality. Founded in 2009, PowerVision Group employs around 500 employees globally in China, the U.S., Japan, Australia, Germany, and Finland. For more information, visit: http://www.powervision.me, or call toll free: (855) 562-6699. — 492
|PowerVision has the perfect device to take out on the water this Summer, its PowerEgg X All-Weather Drone. As a result of its innovative, modular design, the PowerEgg X comes with a removable waterproof housing and pontoons to make sure you never miss the shot, even out on the water. The PowerEgg X is no ordinary camera. |
Here are a few game-changing features that you are sure to love: Waterproof/Water Landing (with accessories) – want to film at the pool, lake, or beach? No problem! The device comes with waterproof accessories (waterproof case and landing float) that enable it to take off from and land on water as well as fly in heavy rain. Camera Functionality – photography is all about capturing moments. With the PowerEgg, users can capture all of life’s best memories in ultra HD. Equipped with a 4k/60fps HD camcorder with a three-axis gimbal, the PowerEgg X produces professional-quality video and stunning 12-megapixel images. Versatile – we know that no two people are exactly alike. The device features a fully modular design, allowing users to quickly switch between the following modes: Autonomous Personal AI Camera, Handheld Gimbal Camera, or Smart Drone. AI Tracking – the device will utilize facial recognition, deep learning, and a tracking field of view up to 170° to keep subjects in the middle of the frame, even if they are running, dancing, or moving around. For more information, please visit www.powervision.me
We will be getting one to test and review and use for events. We are eager to check it out!
Here is the complete package:
You can use it as a gimbal, a drone, or on a tripod and it can be used near water, can land on water. It seems innovative and exciting!
For immediate release
PITTA, a transformative autonomous drone, launched on Kickstarter
New York, NY – Dec 20, 2017 – PITTA is a modular transformative drone that enables true versatility in a way that you capture your experience. It’s not just aerial, not just handheld, not just wearable or mountable, it’s all of these. It’s a complete system packed into a single device.
PITTA is small (170 mm / 6.7 inches) and light (200g / 7oz) to take with you everywhere without added bulk. Out of the box, you get a camera, drone module and an action cam module to be able to get the collection of compelling clips in different points of views.
With our modular Snap and Twist-to-Lock design, mode changes between Aerial and ground are seamless and easy. Simply snap on the drone module magnetically and get PITTA off the ground to hover in the air. With the auto-follow mode on, you can start recording in the matter of seconds with you focusing on the experience.
When you are between adventures, PITTA can be turned into a Home Security (IP Wi-Fi) Camera that streams to your mobile device whenever and wherever you are.
Simply dock it on to the charging cradle and power the PITTA on.
With 1-click-flying modes and Auto-follow, even the first time pilots can fly and start recording their experience without any hassle. We also provide a manual flight interface to provide flexibilities in types of shots you want to capture with the following specs.
• Li-Polymer battery (Removable)
• 15 minutes of flying time in Drone mode
• 100+ minutes of runtime in Action cam mode
• H.264 Codec, MP4
• Software Image stabilization
• Circle, 360 Panorama, Follow me and Autonomous Fly,
• Time-Lapse, Slow-motion, Burst shots in Action cam mode
• Internal eMMC memory
About Eyedea, Inc: Eyedea is a computer vision solution provider with proprietary Smart Vision Module (SVM). With experience to bring the same technology to Smart factory, Surveillance and Medical sectors, we are implementing it to make the word’s first transformative autonomous drone; PITTA.
For more information, please visit Kickstarter link or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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We had the opportunity to cover the recent Interdrone 2016. We are into technology and are huge huge fans of drones.Our first impression of the show was from a Key Note by Chris Anderson from 3d Robotics(3DR).
He spoke in reference to control of drones and processing of data via the cloud. He also said that the future would bring drones for a variety of uses from security to delivery and for emergency life saving usage as well.
A bit of information on Chris Anderson:
Chris is the CEO of 3D Robotics and founder of DIY Drones. From 2001 through 2012 he was the Editor in Chief of Wired Magazine. Before Wired, he was with The Economist for seven years in London, Hong Kong and New York. Chris is the author of the New York Times bestselling books “The Long Tail” and “Free” as well as the new “Makers: The New Industrial Revolution.” Chris also founded GeekDad, BookTour and a few other companies now lost in the mists of time. His background is in science, starting with studying physics and doing research at Los Alamos and culminating in six years at the two leading scientific journals, Nature and Science. He now lives in Berkeley, California with his wife and five children.
In terms of the show and its technology we were impressed by Powervisions Poweregg.
We love would do get one to review and help education and autism too. We like the folding propellers as well as its’ innovative design. It reminded us of the Flying Robot Eve from the Wallee movie. They also had a more high end drone that competes with the DJI Inspire line of drones as well. It is the Powereye
The next interesting and orange drone was the Autel Robotics XStar Premium drone which we also found to be impressive in terms of its’ design, and features.
Here is a video of it operation:
We also had the opportunity to talk with the folks from Teal, who were showing the worlds fastest production drone:
At only 18 years old, George Matus is the CEO of his own drone and software company, Teal, which sells the fastest consumer drone in the world.
Teal is powered by the NVIDIA TX1, a crazy powerful mini supercomputer. It handles machine learning, autonomous flight, image recognition, and much more with ease, onboard the drone itself. This makes Teal a flying supercomputer. You can even plug Teal into a monitor, use it like a normal computer, play games on it, and go fly when you want!
Finally, we had the opportunity to visit with the folks at Yuneec(Pronounced like unique)
Though Yuneec offers a variety of drones for this article we found the most interesting one to be the Breeze due its’ size and the fact that it was unique from its’ competition in terms of its’s size and design.
According to Yuneec:
Introducing Breeze, the flying camera designed with you in mind. Both convenient and compact, Breeze is controlled by your iOS or Android device with the Breeze Cam app and weighs just under 1 pound. Now capture aerial photos and video of your daily adventures effortlessly– and do it in stunning 4K Ultra High Definition. Simply take Breeze out of the box and let it fly.
Overall we found the size and design, and the 4k video capabilities of the Breeze to be rather compelling. We would love to get one to test and review and do events for education and autism too. It also seems to be at an excellent price point as well.
Our overall impression of this years Interdrone event were really positive. The show and technology has advanced quite a bit in the last 12 months. We are huge fans of drones and their capabilities. We are trying to use drones and 3d printing to do events to help stem education and autism! We covered some of the highlights of the show and what we were intrigued by at the show.
The only downside to the show is that 3dr and DJI were not exhibiting at the show, we would have liked to have sen them at the show as well.
In our efforts on the web to do reviews and help autism too, now after 5+ years on the web we are starting to get somewhere to get technology to use to to review, and help autism and stem education too.
We were donated a DJI Phantom 3 Standard, loaned an Amazing Cel Robox 3d printer, and a really nice Seemecnc Delta Orion printer too.
We are in the process of testing and reviewing these devices and intend to use them for autism events in the near future too!
We appreciate the opportunity to work with DJI, Cel-Robox and Seemecnc!
Check out our partners and their awesome products:
Cel-Robox–3d Printers link!
Seemecnc–Orion Delta Link!
We were given a Byrobot Drone figter to test at CES 2015:
We are huge fans of drones and want to really delve into the various types sizes, and brands.
So far we are quite impressed, and will do a follow up review of it once we more thoroughly test it. One of my teen age sons has been testing it as well and is quite impressed.
Here is a Youtube video that we were sent a link to from a flyover that the folks from Byrobot did at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas.
Sadly enough we do not, at this point have the camera.
We are still learning to fly the wee device but this is a cool image from Byrobots site showing the flight capabilities of the mini drone–>
So far it is a nice device.
The one thing that I wish it had was a gyroscope of some sort so that it can hover in place.
We will have a follow up article and some videos as well once we are more versed in flying it.
One nice aspect of the product is the quite decent flight simulator software that it comes with. One can plug the tiny controller that comes with the quadcopter into your pc and you can practice flying it in a virtual environment.
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