GoPro aims to develop a sports camera ecosystem through its new API
GoPro recently opened up its camera system with GoPro Labs, allowing users to add experimental features such as lenses Use motion detection to capture. Now, the company has gone one step further and introduced the Open GoPro API for Hero 9 Black.
With the API, developers can access the following Hero 9 Black features: Wireless connectivity, camera command and control, camera status, camera preview and SD card media review and transfer. It has already been used by companies Huami to incorporate wireless control with its Amazfit smartwatches, operate a GoPro on an FPV drone using the Orqa FPV and even by Sena to control the Hero
9 Black using voice commands. GoPro recently opened up its camera system with GoPro Labs, allowing users to add experimental features, such as lens capture using motion detection. Now, the company has gone one step further and introduced the Open GoPro API for Hero 9 Black.
Other companies using the API include Pixellot, which created wireless GoPro control for sports broadcasting, and Centurion Boats, which allows you to control the camera wirelessly from a boat's helm screen. The possibilities are pretty wide for such a small and mobile camera , and according to GoPro's demo pages, it supports Python, Csharp, Swift and CC++.