Point-of-view video technology developer V.I.O. has launched the all-new Stream mountable and wearable video camera, available for pre-order on the V.I.O. website. With practical applications for law enforcement, medical, pro-production, military and construction, among other industries, Stream is the most flexible and rugged point-of-view video camera on the market that provides RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol).
Stream’s open API allows developers to customize the camera for specific use cases, and the technology can be integrated into existing applications, such as a security system. Stream, named for its ability to stream video from any environment, is designed for those who demand advanced high-definition video with vibrant color and superior camera control that excels in extreme environments. The technology behind the Stream has already been adopted by both small businesses and Fortune 500 companies who have integrated it into product lines ranging from wearable computers to medical devices.
Stream’s ruggedized form factor meets IP67 environmental standards. Powerful and compact, Stream offers a variety of static, vehicle and body-worn mounting options. Additionally, V.I.O Stream can be configured as an access point or client to existing networks, seamlessly integrating with other devices.
Key features of Stream include:
- Wi-Fi enabled
- RTSP streaming
- Record to SD card
- HTTP and XML-based API
- Waterproof, dustproof, shockproof durability (IP67)
“V.I.O. pioneered the point-of-view category more than a decade ago,” said Craig Mattson, chief technology officer. “Video quality, durability and innovation are hallmarks of our brand. Stream allows integrators and developers to craft unique user experiences, and the open API brings limitless possibilities to what it can do.”
V.I.O. Stream combines a native HD sensor with advanced exposure controls and settings to create stunning video under both optimal and challenging conditions. Applications include construction, military, home security, sports integration, public safety and more, and Stream’s sleek design allows it be used as a wearable device.