HIGHLAND, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Alongside the newest and most innovative outdoor gear at the 2014 Outdoor Retailer Winter Market, attendees will also be treated to a special sneak peek of Jigabot’s AIMe robotic camera auto-framing system, created to perfectly capture recreation, extreme sports, and home-life video.
Using patent-pending technology, AIMe provides a hands-free way to aim, track, pan, and tilt the camera in response to a subject’s movements. To ensure optimal shooting accuracy and the smoothest possible operation, AIMe synchs with EmIT, a wearable and mountable sensor that attaches to any subject, to create a perfectly framed shot.
“AIMe is a real game changer for outdoor adventurists and sports enthusiasts, because it makes it easy for anyone to capture those tricky, fast-moving shots,” said Rick Stout, co-founder and CEO of Jigabot. “Whether you are snowboarding down rough terrain or catching air on your mountain bike, with AIMe’s automatic framing technology, you’ll never have to worry about missing that perfect shot again.”
Designed for consumers and filmmakers at any experience level, AIMe can be mounted with both smartphones and digital cameras weighing less than 12 ounces, including the highly popular GoPro camera. For more robust video shoots, AIMe can also be coupled with small lights and microphones.
“Whether you are a soccer mom or an outdoor adventurist AIMe has you covered. It doesn’t matter if you are using your smartphone or any small camera, it doesn’t matter what activity you’re shooting; AIMe is the best way to get the perfect shot or shoot the perfect selfie video footage every time,” said Donna Root, co-founder of Jigabot.
Jigabot will be previewing AIMe at Outdoor Retailers booth No. 38222.
Pricing and Availability
AIMe, packaged with an EmIT sensor, will be available at www.jigabot.com for $299 in June, 2014.
Jigabot, LLC develops software-driven robotic devices for home, work and play. Jigabot's flagship product AIMe is a robotic camera auto-framing system for smartphones and cameras that automatically tracks a moving subject in real time. Founded in 2012, Jigabot is headquartered in Highland, Utah. For more information, visit http://jigabot.com/.