Announcing the IR -POD!

Robotic Control without a Computer

We're pleased to announce a new pan/tilt base that you can use without a computer. It's called the IR -Pod and you control its movement with a hand -held remote control, like the one you use for your TV.


You can mount camcorders, digital still cameras, and PC webcams to the IR -Pod. Pressing buttons on the handheld remote turns the camera up, down, left and right.

So, get up, walk around the room, do what you want while keeping your camera pointed where you want. You can use it while video -conferencing to adjust your camera's position without getting up. You can use it w! ith still cameras to take pictures of yourself. Surveillance techies can use it to easily move cameras mounted in hard -to -reach spots.

It's simple and easy to use. If you can change channels, you can use the IR -Pod.

IR -Pod comes in two versions, one for cameras under 1.5 lbs. in weight and one for cameras between 1.5 and 3.0 lbs.

Get all the details on the IR -Pod at http://www.trackercam.com

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