Eagle Eye Networks, a cloud video surveillance provider, has added a number of new features to the Eagle Eye Video API Platform, which allows customers to build applications that leverage live and recorded surveillance video footage. It has also improved the performance of its API platform.
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Action camera maker GoPro has shuttered its developer program. A statement posted on the developer program website reads, "GoPro has discontinued the Developer Program. We are grateful to the GoPro Developer Community for your interest in the program." The program was launched in April 2016.
The connected camera category has seen much growth since 2014. In this tutorial, we reproduce the basic functionality of a camera like the Nest Cam but with the unique property of being cellular connected. We will use a Twilio Programmable Wireless starter pack and Raspberry Pi to do this.
Three APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Cameras, Sports, and Email categories. Also added were several Kairos SDKs. Here's a summary of what's new.
Weaved, Kii and Astak have formed a partnership to create the miniMole IP camera platform, which features open APIs and a wholesale distribution model.
Evercam looks to make control of surveillance cameras much more fine grained. Global Alliance for Genomics and Health launches new API for sharing genomics data. Plus: Ford holding auto app developer conference, and Yo! accuses Oi! of copyright infringement (really!).
Intel has opened registration for its RealSense App Challenge. Developers are encouraged to enter the contest crafted to uncover new apps built with Intel’s 2014 SDK and Intel’s new 3D gesture camera.