Chris Adams from Brinno joined us on the TPN CES live broadcast. Brinno is an HDR time-lapse camera that can record at multiple fps rates. If you want to watch a sunrise or sunset, conference time-lapse, Skate park, or whatever you decide, the Brinno can record it.
Brinno works on an SD card and 2 double-A batteries. The battery life is really good for the device – lasting a full day (depending on the frame rate). You can also attach different lenses to the camera to get the right shot.
TLC-200 is only one of a few products including peep hole viewer, motion activated security camera, and more.
Samantha Morris of NixPlay joined us for the TPN CES live broadcast. Nixplay Cloud Frame is a digital frame that comes with a service and cloud account. It attaches to social networks so you can select photos to send. That way, if you want to show off photos of your vacation to Mom or Dad, or even to your own frame, you can activate and the pictures show up.
Another great use is a wedding. You can give access to all friends and family, then when they take pictures of the wedding, the photos are instantly gathered so they can be displayed on the frame.
The frame is motion activated, so it will wake up when someone comes in the room.