It’s no secret that you need to go through a naturalist photographers to take pictures of a rabbit or a squirrel, hippo or crocodile, penguin or a zebra, not to mention the nimble fauna species like birds, dragonflies and butterflies. To his neck in water up to his waist in the snow, climbing on the rocks and trees, hanging from branches and vines, looking into holes and caves, they relentlessly hunt masterpiece … A photographer and designer Bryson Lovett figured out how to not only simplify the task of naturalists, but also give an opportunity to join wildlife watching everyone who wants it. First, he decided to spy on the birds, and that’s why has developed a device called the Bird Photo Booth.
This device is an improved feeder, which the author has made in photo-house for birds. What an observation post, which allows to consider the bird in all its glory, in a familiar environment, with the humdrum chores such as eating and drinking, cleaning beak and wings, and sometimes a courtship, if you’re lucky. Photo-feeder Bird Photo Booth is able to capture not only photos, but also video, and operate in webcams, transferring everything that happens within its visibility on the iPhone or iPad. Of course, you first need to install the appropriate application, and connect to the device via wi-fi or Bluetooth-module.
Depending on the cost Bird Photo Booth, and its ability to expand. Thus, it can be serial or macro, to take pictures in time-lapse, at night, in the rain or during a snowfall. In the future, the author considers the possibility of complete Bird Photo Booth with different aperture lenses, and provide bonuses in the form of additional filters, protectors and other accessories for shooting birds in different environmental conditions. Exactly when to take a picture, decides as a photographer, although it is likely that the application will set the timer and automatically shoot birds, keeping or get photos to your device, or just put them on the Internet.
Author is planning to launch the development in the circulation, which posted information about the project on the website Kickstarter. See how the prototype of device works you can see on a video: