Galileo for iPhone offers RC photography bliss
If you are an photographer with an iPhone you probably know just how frustrating it can be when you are snapping a photo and the subject suddenly moves out of your vision, but what if you could simply swipe your finger over your iPhone or Apple iPad to follow that subject so that the subject always stays in the frame?
Well there is a Kickstarter project due to kick off that will bring the Galileo for the iPhone to iOS photographers. The Galileo for iPhone is an iOS controlled robotic iPhone platform that features an infinite spherical rotation capability, and when you swipe your finger on your iOS device touch screen the Galileo reacts.
The Galileo delivers endless possibilities of remote control motion, and is capable of infinite 360 degree pan and tilt at speeds of up to 200 degrees per second in any orientation, and just so you can see what the Galileo is all about, along with a full description of the Galileo, we have a video for your viewing consideration below.
The Galileo is great for video conferencing, baby monitoring, remote learning, cinematography, time-lapse photography, and real estate photography, and can be remotely controlled via the iPhone, Apple iPad or web browser, has a standard tripod screw, rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery, and SDK kit for software development.
The Galileo Kickstarter project was looking for funding of $100,000, but has received a staggering $327,701 in funding and as such the Galileo will be funded as of the 21st of this month.