19 August 2017

NEWS: FrontRow is a live-streaming camera you wear

Stream your day.

You might have already experimented with the likes of YouTube's and Facebook's live-streaming capabilities, broadcasting something from your phone, live. However, holding your phone up for ages to capture an event can be quite limiting, so FrontRow aims to solve that. This is a three inch wide, disk-shaped camera designed to to be worn.

FrontRow, which runs on Android, features an 8MP front camera, and a 5MP selfie cam. The battery last for 16 hours, and you continuously stream for up to 1 hour 45 minutes.


Using FrontRow, you can automatically connect to (via your phone) your favourite streaming service, and start right away. As well as broadcasting from the 1080p camera at 30fps, you can also enter Story Mode, to record moments across several hours, and also time lapse footage.

Now available to buy for $399, you can find out more at www.frontrow.com

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