Thursday, November 30, 2017

AI cameras: Google Clips vs AWS DeepLens

"smart" like in smartphone does not count anymore... It has to be "AI inside" :-)

Amazon’s AWS DeepLens is an AI camera for developers | TechCrunch

"Amazon introduced its AWS DeepLens camera. The device functions similarly to Google’s recently announced Clips camera, utilizing AI to grab better shots, only Amazon’s version is targeted specifically at developers... The video camera was designed as a way to help developers up to speed with Amazon’s various forays into AI, IoT and server less computing..."

Google Clips is a new $249 smart camera that you can wear | TechCrunch

"Clips comes with 16GB of onboard storage, and also offers up to three hours of passive smart capturing per charge. Plus, it’ll alert you when its lens is blocked via intelligent notifications to your phone. The camera has a 130-degree field of view, Gorilla Glass 3 for durability, and has USB C, Wi-Fi Direct and Bluetooth LE for connectivity. It shoots at up to 15 frames per second, and selects for stable, clear shots of its subjects."

Google Clips | A new way to capture and save moments - YouTube

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