Remote review and operation using smartphone
Recording and live YouTube streaming
STREAM VISION TECHNOLOGY
Widespread, constantly evolving digital technologies invade, enhance and raise standards in every aspect and sphere of our lives. Today, with literally billions of people in every corner of the globe engaged in constant virtual contact with each other, developing cross-platform devices is more important than ever. Like a smartphone, once simply a means of verbal and text communications but now a multi-purpose, multi-tasking instrument for business and social relations, Pulsar's innovative line of digital night vision and thermal optics deliver valuable work and entertainment information.
Most Pulsar thermal imaging and digital night vision optoelectronic devices featured on our web-page were designed with cutting-edge 21st century innovation to handle more than simple viewing tasks. While Pulsar continues to develop feature-rich devices focused on high-resolution image quality, ergonomics and world-class reliability, we understand that now, more than ever, ease of interface and multi-vector use are equally important.
Stream Vision solves this task by providing a symbiosis of software and hardware platforms designed to connect personal Android and iOS devices, i.e. smartphones, tablets, etc. to Pulsar digital and thermal imaging devices via Wi-Fi.
Stream Vision Quick Guide (Android) |
By installing the Stream Vision App (available in AppStore for iOS and Google Play for Android), digital night vision operators using Helion, Trail, Digisight Ultra, Forward F or Digiforce RT models benefit from:
- Comfortable, fatigue-free, streaming field-of-view displayed on wireless devices in real time
- Using your smart phone or tablet as an additional remote control
- Full content management – view, delete and download photo and video files stored in the device's onboard memory
- Transmit images and videos directly to storage or video platforms like YouTube
Stream Vision's proprietary software was developed by Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide specifically for Stream Vision-compatible Yukon and Pulsar optoelectronic devices to ensure additional program functionality is easily accessible. Stream Vision's 2017 achievements already include the ability to share video content to more publishing platforms than just YouTube, enter ballistic calculator information into the device and record with motion-detector video activation.