Tech Tuesday: Galileo taking motion controlled pictures

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by SHANNON POWELL HART

WFAA/GMT

Posted on April 1, 2014 at 1:18 PM

Updated Tuesday, Apr 1 at 1:39 PM

Motrr has come up with a device that will assist you in making the best panoramic pictures.

The Galileo is a robotic motion control docking station used to take high quality pictures.

The hardware consists of a circular shaped, light-weight connector. The connector uses Bluetooth capabilities and can also be connected with a pin-dock. The plastic cylinder will hold the iPhone 4/4s/5/5c or 5s.

The user is instructed to download the Motrr app. Once that’s open, the user can then choose between several third-party apps. These apps will help in the different photography styles.

Once the third-party app is downloaded  the user just needs to connect to the Galileo and start shooting.

Since the pictures are shot and can be placed in a cloud through an app, pictures can be used for social media sharing, sent by email or even shown on other Apple products.

The Galileo retails for about $150 or less.
 

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