Arsenal Intelligent Camera Assistant

May 30, 2017

Category: Tech

These days artificial intelligence doesn’t spark nearly the same notions of a robotic takeover of life as humans know it. Instead, this technology is purposed to lessen life’s contemporary inconveniences and make things a little more accessible for everyone. For instance, take the Arsenal. It’s the world’s first intelligent camera assistant that’s powered by machine learning.

So what does all that actually mean? Well, every time you’re ready to take a photo using any one of your preferred point-and-shoot cameras, Arsenal utilizes a series of learned algorithms to sift through millions of photographs – comparing similar scenes to your current location. From here, Arsenal serves as your own personal photographer, optimizing your camera settings based on 18 different factors to capture the perfect shot every time. The technology syncs up with your smartphone as well so when you’re ready to snap a photo, you can do so right from your phone after previewing the image beforehand. Arsenal can also perform additional feats such as photo stacking, long exposures, and time lapses with the RAW files saved right on your camera.

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