That little gadget that are attached to the hull, is Graava. And yes, it has aspirations of GoPro, being a small camera that can be placed anywhere, and we can take it with us everywhere. But what sets Graava the rest, is that autonomously edits the best parts of the video, to leave us a summary of everything filmed, ready to be shared.
The big problem of the cameras we have today is that, while allowing us to record hours and hours of footage, all this material ends usually forgotten or erased. Why? For editing, usually, it is often a heavy task. We all like to record video; but not many of us like to edit.
This is the problem that Graava tries to solve, to self-edit videos using different sensors. In addition to detecting the motion and sound on the camera to select interesting moments, Graava has a heart rate detector that we use on the wrist. Usually, when we see something interesting or calling our attention, the heart rate increases. Feeding this data intelligently, then, is that Graava that selects the time that we are most in attention, and combining them with other things learned (motion picture, sound, and speed), plans to edit the content so coherent and exciting.
The camera only records in Full HD, but it does offer the possibility of Hyperlapse 4K. Nor we have slow motion modes, the maximum frame rate is 60 frames at 720p. The viewing angle is 130 °, so it is still quite large. And the camera has an image stabilizer.
The product is available from $ 399 – and newly available on the market in February next year. More info here: Link