A wireless device maker Ubiquiti Network, just launched a latest wearable device named as FrontRow. FrontRow a neck wearable device that has an inbuilt camera and can connect to smartphones via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi through FrontRow mobile app. This device can change your day into a Time-lapse.
FrontRow has an inbuilt touch screen with two cameras, 8MP primary camera and 5MP reverse camera that can be used to capture an alternate view. Along with that, it also has a speaker, a home button, a LED indicator, a power button and a Media Button. This device also allow user to directly go through with the live stream on Facebook, YouTube, or Twitter.
“Although FrontRow’s user experience and graphical user interface are unique, its underlying operating system was designed to be Android-compatible in an effort to open up 3rd party application development.” said Ubiquiti Labs.
FrontRow also has a story mode that snaps pictures every few seconds and compiles them into a time-lapse video. Device can run on story mode for up to 16 hours, else on standby it can stand up to 50 hours. It runs on Android so that it has number of apps, including native ones, like a compass or any kind of third party apps.