VueZone Personal Video Network
December 27, 2011 by mintgadgets
In the era of modern technology in which we currently live, we discover new devices every day that have the potential to make our lives easier, more comfortable and more safe and secure. One area of technology that continues to improve and advance is video camera surveillance. Many people are interested in adding some level of video monitoring to their home network, but the high cost, technical complexity and system security are often some of the obstacles that may have prevented you from tapping into this emerging technology.
If you fall into this category, have a look at the VueZone Personal Video Network (PVN). If you’re not a technical wizard, no worries. The VueZone Personal Video Network is very simple to install, and doesn’t even require a computer. The system includes two video cameras with motion-detection and VueZone is completely wireless with no complicated cables or power cords to install. And there is absolutely no software to load or install!
Once you have the system setup, the VueZone video cameras can be viewed from any Internet browser and most Smartphones including iPhone, Blackberry and Android. It’s truly that easy and simple!
VueZone leverages a patented technology called FrameMesh that enables streaming live video to make your remote video monitoring experience seamless. Create your own personal (and secure) video network with multiple battery-operated wireless video cameras that easily install without any wires or power cords.
Innovative patented FrameMesh technology, developed for the Defense Department, enables streaming live video using wireless transmission from lower-powered, inexpensive battery-driven video cameras.
FrameMesh is a multi-device mesh networking protocol enabling ultra low-power cameras to easily link up to the network. Once a video camera joins the network, the camera device can be moved at any time without any further requirement for additional network configuration.
You can connect a maximum of 15 cameras to a VueZone personal network, which should be more than sufficient to cover almost any home surveillance environment. The individual cameras are inexpensive and cost around $70 without motion-detection and a bit more at $90 for the cameras equipped with motion-detection. Picture resolution is quite sufficient and can be configured for a lower resolution of 320×240 pixels (to conserve bandwidth) up to 640×480 pixels. The system also provides a higher resolution of 1600×1200 pixels for snapping single-frame pictures.
In a nutshell, this easy to use and effective video surveillance system provides an inexpensive way for monitoring the activity in your home and comes with a very affordable price tag of $289.95, complete with 2 motion-detection video cameras, VueZone gateway and all required mounting hardware. The VueZone Personal Video Network is also very modular, so you can easily add more camera devices if you need to expand the coverage.