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Miniature camera system

Dennis Hissink
CES report
Tuesday 12th, January 2010
Posted by: Dennis Hissink

The Vue personal video network is now shipping and is available for order on Amazon or the VueZone website. The Vue has already received early rave reviews from media and technology enthusiasts for its simple set-up and wireless video streaming capabilities, allowing consumers to see their families and businesses from virtually anywhere. The system, which combines real-time remote video viewing and the Internet, is comprised of a network of small, battery-powered wire-free cameras. The miniature cameras stream real-time video directly to the Internet. An innovative ultra low-power patented technology called FrameMesh allows the cameras to operate for up to a year without changing the battery.

Miniature camera system

Vue miniature camera system
The Vue miniature camera system is incredibly easy to set up. The Vue does not require users to load software, run messy power cords, or configure their home networks to operate. To view live video, users simply log onto their own password-protected online accounts on any PC or laptop. These feeds can also be recorded and shared with family or friends. The award-winning Vue personal video network is now available for $299. Additional cameras can be purchased separately for $99.

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Miniature camera system

Miniature video camera system features
• The included “peel and stick” magnetic mounts allow the miniature cameras to be installed in minutes and placed virtually anywhere. They also provide the flexibility to move the cameras from room-to-room at a moment’s notice.
• Capacity to add more cameras to the network with the push of a button.
• The Vue video system supports up to 50 miniature cameras.
• Upload and share video or still images to YouTube and Flickr.
• Camera range of 300 feet range which can be extended with optional repeaters.
• Two gigabytes of online storage.
• One year battery life under normal use.

Miniature camera system

Personal video network
“Convenience, simplicity and affordability make the Vue a user-friendly product that allows families, friends and businesses the flexibility to stay connected without expensive or complex equipment,” said Gioia Messinger, founder and CEO of Avaak, the makers of the Vue. “Based on the excitement we have already received from early adopters, we believe the Vue miniature camera system is poised to become a product that consumers utilize on a daily basis to keep track of their homes and connect with their families from anywhere.”

Miniature camera system

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