Hands On: Capture Home Invaders, Not Freaky Time In Your Living Room [CES 2014]

Hands On: Capture Home Invaders, Not Freaky Time In Your Living Room [CES 2014]

CES 2014 bug LAS VEGAS — Webcams are such a thing of the past. The Canary is an Indiegogo-funded security camera and app that uses algorithms to detect abnormal movement in your home and send you an alert.

Which means, of course, that you can use the Canary not only to get notifications when there’s out-of-the-ordinary activity recorded, but also to capture video you can look at later that may not have tripped a notification.

We talked with the Canary crew at CES, as you can see in the video above.

Remember, now, you heard it here first: “There are some things you don’t want to know.”

Canary got $2 million from crowd-funding on Indiegogo, so you’ll probably be seeing this cool gadget in retail stores soon.

Just be sure to keep the video to yourself, OK?

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