GoPro, provider of cameras that are most known for their use in capturing extreme sports, has released a new API platform dedicated to supporting the company’s latest product release. The Open GoPro API Initiative is available today and can be leveraged in connection with GoPro HERO9 Black cameras.
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Cameras are everywhere, and likely pointed at you this very moment. It's no wonder this fast advancing technology has lured developers to create camera applications. Developers can find the best Cameras APIs for their projects in the ProgrammableWeb directory. Here are the 10 most popular ones.
Sony has announced a new SDK for its line of cameras. The SDK gives third party developers remote access and control over such cameras. Commercial customers have long requested access from Sony, and the SDK is Sony's answer. Camera controls and image data are available through the SDK.
Sixteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in the Demographics, Advertising, Telephony and other categories. Today's highlights include an API for retrieving over 350,000 memes, and an API that lets applications predict air travel delays. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Canon Europe announces the release of its new camera API package, offering a range of resources to developers. The combined EOS Digital SDK and all-new Camera Control API (CCAPI) create unique opportunities for developers and software engineers to take advantage of select Canon cameras and lenses.
Amazon has released a Cameras Recap API that gives apps the ability to play video feeds recorded by smart home cameras. The Cameras Recap API is part of the Smart Home Skill API and requires version 3 of the latter. Users of integrated apps can initiate playback using Alexa.
AWS DeepLens is now available for pre-order on Amazon.com. AWS DeepLens is a deep learning-enabled video camera for developers. The initial release of the camera will include six sample projects, and it comes with pre-trained models, tutorials, code, and other tools for developers.
Fourteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Sports, Machine Learning, and News Services. Highlights include the Feedster API for integrating applications with RSS feeds and the Ricoh THETA API for programmatic access to 360 degree camera imagery.
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.
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.
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.
Android announces the release of their Camera 2 API featuring significant performance improvements. With this release developers will have more options available when creating their camera apps.
Khronos Group, open standards consortium behind some of today's most innovative technologies, has announced a new initiative to develop an open, royalty-free API for advanced, low-level control of mobile and embedded cameras and sensors. Khronos created the Camera working group to develop the API and is currently recruiting participants. All participants may contribute to the standard and the group will collaborate with other working groups to enhance its effectiveness.
Taking pictures on your iPhone gives you a great deal of data embedded in to your photos. Location, camera type, exposure, even camera orientation. But what if you want more. Well, MetaPhoto (currently available on the iPhone) aims to further enrich your photos. Using the Urban Mapping API, MetaPhoto looks up a great deal of information about the area a photo was taken and adds it to the photos header.