Graava takes automatic editing to the next level, using five individual sensors to detect the most important moments in your footage, effectively eliminating the need for you to ever edit your footage — Graava will do it for you.
Graava seeks to emulate the brain’s memory creation mechanism, automatically. It does this using data from a set of sensors, saving the best bits and ditching the boring parts — just like your brain does when creating a memory. We’ll be eager to see exactly how well this works.
The camera’s five internal sensors include a GPS sensor, accelerometer and heart rate monitor as well at the standard camera and microphone. Using information gathered by these sensors, the camera analyzes your footage and identifies the most exciting moments before compiling them into a highlight reel of a user-selected length. Easily share the completed video from the cloud to any of your favorite social media networks.
The control app allow you to select between different shooting modes, which dictate sensors are active so that you can be sure you are always saving the most relevant moments for your situation.
Measuring 44x65x20mm and weighting only 60g (2.1oz), Graava is small enough and light enough to carry with you anywhere. A wide 130 degree angle of view and the option to record with the camera positioned either horizontally or vertically add to the versatility of this highly portable camera.
While we’ve yet to see any actual test footage from Graava, we expect image quality will be on par with similarly priced action cameras. Video can recorded in 1080p at 30 frames per second or 720p at 60 fps. Hyperlapse can be recorded in resolutions up to 4K and the camera is also capable of capturing 8MP still images.
A wireless charging station makes it easy to keep Graava’s battery fully charged and ready to go.
The camera will begin shipping in the first quarter of 2016. Order before September 1st to receive $150 off the $399 list price.