GeckoEye Security Camera is Powered by Solar Panels

The 24/7 security solution is perfect for the home, the office or the car.

We’ve certainly seen a lot of security cameras offered for simple DIY home security. However, probably none that are as small, slick and simple as the GeckoEye.

The GeckoEye is a new Wi-Fi security camera that’s powered by solar panels. That means that there’s no need for the camera to be parked next to a power source, and it won’t gobble up your battery supply. This makes GeckoEye a truly wireless camera.

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Promising 24/7 security, the GeckoEye is perfect for your house, office or car. Measuring only 45 mm, this camera is easy to squeeze in almost anywhere. It connects to almost any surface using the included sticky tape. No DVR or other bulky hardware is needed.

Just connect the GeckoEye Cam to the included GeckoEye Station via Wi-Fi. Then, mount the camera wherever you want it. From there, you can set up the record mode and video quality in the GeckoEye’s free companion app for iOS and Android devices.

Once it’s set up, the user can monitor the device live or check out the video archive located in the device’s 128GB of onboard memory or off-site cloud storage. And you won’t have to worry about having another monthly fee; the GeckoEye actually comes with 50GB of free cloud storage.

The GeckoEye also has a motion sensor, which is what connects to the base of the camera via Wi-Fi. Other features include customizable security modes, a sensitive microphone, and a GPS tracker.

According to the company, up to three cameras can be connected to one GeckoEye base. The starter package includes one GeckoEye camera, the GeckoEye Station, access to the app, and the 50GB of secure cloud storage.

In order to mass-produce the GeckoEye, the company is currently looking for funding on Indiegogo. If the $100,000 goal is met by September 1, 2014, initial backers can expect to receive the first GeckoEye shipment sometime in February 2015. There are several perk packages available, with a one-camera set listed for a minimum pledge of $189.

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