CES 2016: Enlaps

Have you ever seen time-lapse photography?
Did you ever think that you could create a time lapse photo yourself?

Well, my next guest is another small French startup called Enlaps and I sat down with their Co-Founder Antoine Auberton to find out exactly how their product works.

When taking time-lapse photos you have three major obstacles, battery life, storage and processing. Enlaps removes all three with their product TIKEE. Tikee uses web-enabled software to merge images from its two fisheye lenses and creates instant time lapse photos that can easily be shared online.

The camera’s offer a 230 degree panoramic view that also allow for pan and zoom functions. This project is currently being funded on Kickstarter through mid January 2016 and the expect date of delivery of product to the US is September 2016.

Check out Enlaps below, and keep listening to Craig Peterson’s Tech Talk.

Antoine Auberton-Herve is the co-founder of Enlaps a solution for shooting beautiful time-lapse photographs. An entrepreneur from Grenoble France he studied at the Grenoble Ecole de Management. Prior to his latest endevor he worked for SOITEC, Thales and Brooks Automation. He is fluent in three languages.
An innovative startup from France, Enlaps makes photographic time lapses possible for the professional and novice alike with TIKEE. Enlaps is a 2015 nominee for the prestigious CES Innovation Award for Digital Imaging. TIKEEis a unique, complete, plug-and-play time-lapse solution, from initial photography to final product sharing over the web. Thanks to the product’s constantly recharging solar battery, TIKEE can remain in continuous – practically infinite – use; and thanks to the magic of cloud storage there are no memory card limitations in play.
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