Lighthouse AI Security Camera 2018 Price in Pakistan, Review
Google’s Nest and Amazon aren’t the only companies working on smart security cameras, with Lighthouse’s AI-packing camera finally available to buy.
Like the Essential Phone, it’s another product out of Andy Rubin’s Playground accelerator, aiming to take advantage of artificial intelligence to spot potential intruders while ignoring pets and changes in lighting. That stems from technology based in the sort of computer vision systems used by autonomous cars. Indeed, Lighthouse’s founders worked on driverless vehicle sensing back at Stanford, on the DARPA Grand Challenge-completing “Stanley” prototype. Thankfully, Lighthouse’s sensors are a whole lot smaller. From the outside, it looks like a fairly standard camera. Inside, however, there’s both a 1080p Full HD camera for streaming video and a new 3D sensor. The latter is the company’s special sauce, using 3D time-of-flight data to map the room, LIDAR-style, into a continuously updated digitized model. That data is combined with machine learning models that Lighthouse has built to differentiate between adults, children, dogs, and cats.