The 'Wave Catcher' action cam is an aquatic photography solution for avid boaters to use when looking for a way to capture their time spent riding the waves. Designed by Dylan Fealtman, the camera system works by being mounted to the Bimini portion on a speed boat, on the stern platform or even suctioned onto the side of the vessel. The unit will work with the accompanying wrist wearable to track the subject as they waterski, swim or snorkel around the boat to capture premium footage.
The conceptual 'Wave Catcher' action cam boasts in-body stabilization that will continuously keep the user in frame and work far more efficiently than other alternatives like photography drones. The camera addresses the increasing popularity of adventure sports and the need amongst consumers for a streamlined way to capture the action.
The 'Wave Catcher' Action Cam Automatically Focuses on the User
1. Aquatic Photography - Developing advanced camera systems for capturing underwater activities presents disruptive innovation opportunities for action cam manufacturers.
2. In-body Stabilization - Incorporating efficient in-body stabilization technology into action cameras can revolutionize the way users capture dynamic motion in extreme sports.
3. Adventure Sports - Meeting the demand for streamlined action cameras that cater to the increasing popularity of adventure sports can lead to disruptive innovation in the photography industry.
1. Action Cam Manufacturing - Action cam manufacturers can explore the potential of developing specialized camera systems for aquatic photography, catering to boaters and water sports enthusiasts.
2. Drone Technology - Incorporating efficient in-body stabilization technology into drone cameras can open up disruptive innovation opportunities for the drone industry in capturing dynamic motion from unique perspectives.
3. Extreme Sports Gear - Collaboration between action camera manufacturers and extreme sports gear companies can result in innovative products that meet the needs of adventure sports enthusiasts.