The Vista eclipse camera captures a single fisheye image that generates two completely independent analogue outputs. Each of these can then display any combination of image view from full 180o panoramic view to up to four virtual cameras (VCAMs), each with independently controllable "electronic" Pan Tilt Zoom (ePTZ) functionality.
Intelligent 360o video processing enables advanced alarm functionality that includes the automatic assignment of virtual cameras for motion detection and alarm activation. Superior subject tracking is provided, with the active "VCAM" automatically tracking any movement within the camera's field of view. Vista eclipse(tm) motion detection algorithms use state of the art background analysis techniques to minimise false alarms. Motion detection automatically triggers a VCAM while the camera continues to monitor the full panorama.
Containing no moving parts and with all required imaging software embedded in the camera itself, the Vista eclipse(tm) requires no external software or PC's and is easier and cheaper to install than conventional and 360o alternatives.