November 6, 2007 Details are still scarce on this upcoming DVR pen that crams a wireless, low-power, digital video recorder - including microphone – into a 0.55 x 5.7inch (1.4 x 14.5cm) form that also works as - yes - a pen. Capturing real-time capturing video at 30 fps (320x240), the device can be set to activate based on motion detection. Recording is to flash memory or Micro SD and Bluetooth wireless transfer back to PDAs or PCs is included.
Designed to operate in low-light, DVR pen features five different motion detection sensitivity levels along with the ability to select specific areas for motion detection and send an alarm wirelessly to a remote site in the event that motion is detected. There’s also an audio detection capability that triggers the sound recorder.
Still under development, details on the DVR Pen are limited and some specs may be altered before final release (including the color), which is expected to be around March 2008. Stay tuned as more news comes to hand or contact Pacific Defence for details.
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