Avaak has announced the unveiling of a new video mesh network called VueZone that works along with an app for the iPhone that lets the user view the video network remotely within their home or office. The app allows for complete recording of video and viewing from the iPhone.
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The system has a small network of battery-powered wireless cameras. The cams can take real-time video, push it directly to the internet, and allow sit to be viewed on any browser.
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The app allows the user to save video to their my.vueZone.com account for viewing later and allows the same footage to be viewed live if wanted. The iPhone app is free but the video system costs $299 with additional cameras costing $99.
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