MIOPS is a camera trigger that pairs camera to smartphone, specifically for the purpose of snapping high-speed photography. Using Bluetooth, the camera and app are able to communicate in a more advanced way than ever before. By choosing certain setting on the app, the camera will automatically begin snapping photos when it detects light, motion or sound. Additionally, these kind of settings are very useful for setting up to capture the perfect photographs, like specifying that the camera should begin a time-lapse when it gets dark.
The MIOPS isn't the first camera trigger app out there, but the customization that this one allows is really impressive. MIOPS is currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter and it has already exceeded its initial goal of $75,000, now at nearly $130,000.
The MIOPS Camera Trigger Sets the Conditions for Dynamic Photos
1. High-speed Photography - Opportunity for disruption in the photography industry to cater to those seeking more advanced and customizable camera trigger options.
2. Bluetooth-enabled Devices - Potential for disruption in the consumer electronics industry to create more Bluetooth-enabled devices with advanced capabilities for communication and control.
3. Customized Trigger Apps - Chance for innovation in the app development industry to create more customizable trigger apps for various devices.
1. Photography - The photography industry can embrace the trend of high-speed photography apps and incorporate more advanced camera trigger options to appeal to professional photographers.
2. Consumer Electronics - Innovation in the consumer electronics industry can involve adding Bluetooth capabilities to devices and creating more advanced apps for communication and control.
3. App Development - Opportunities for app developers to create more customizable trigger apps for various devices.