Don’t you wish you could see in the dark? Well, now you can with NVC, the first night vision camera built right into the battery backup case.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have amazing cameras but they can’t see in the dark. NVC lets you take pictures in the total darkness. A really cool feature of the NVC is that it can be detached and monitored remotely within wi-fi reach of your iPhone or iPad using the corresponding app. You can record videos like a security camera or baby monitor. Power is provided by a 2,000 mAh lithium polymer battery, that should provide two to four hours of use per charge. NVC is built around the Raspberry Pi Compute module. The Raspberry Pi is the brains where all the NVC software resides.
We all love to take loads and loads of pictures and videos all the time and we reach a point where where we have to erase some of those to make more room. The microSD slot built into the NVC solves this problem. You can copy your camera roll pictures and videos into an inserted memory card to make more room available on your iPhone for pictures. As we all know our iPhone batteries don’t last forever, but with the incorporated Lithium Polymer battery into NVC that will provide up to an additional 100% battery charge for your iPhone6 or 6Plus.
NVC has 8 high power 940nm Infrared LEDs built in that makes it possible to see in total darkness up to 30 feet away. This feature makes it perfect for security monitoring, wildlife observation, or any location you feel need monitoring. The infrared light built into NVC can penetrate through some pigments and let you see through some materials such as plastics, liquids, and inks.
MSM Labs, the Maryland based designer of the NVC is now raising funds for this product. The estimated retail price is $149, but if you pre-order it’ll cost $129. Currently, the NVC only fits the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.