A new webcam that can shoot high-quality video is being developed by a zoo in New Zealand.
ZooZoo is a subsidiary of Australian zoo operator the National Parks and Wildlife Service, and it has partnered with a company called VideoNet, which provides video cameras.
The company’s website says that the camera is designed for both humans and animals, and that it can shoot 4K resolution.
The video shows an enclosure where a male elephant is hanging upside down from a rope, and a female elephant sitting on a tree branch.
The camera zooms in to capture the action, and then the video cuts to a zoo worker and the elephant in the middle of a scene.
“The elephant is leaning against the tree, which means the camera can get a nice wide angle view,” said video analyst John Daley.
“It also works well for wildlife.”
VideoNet says that it was able to manufacture the device after being contacted by zoo officials.
Daley said the camera’s resolution was impressive.
“For a webcam to be capable of 4K, it needs a resolution of at least 1,000 pixels per inch,” he said.
“So if you had a camera that could record at that resolution, then you’d need to get the camera up to about 50 centimeters in diameter.”
Daley added that it took around seven hours for the video to capture video, and the camera takes a minimum of a minute to capture a frame.
“There’s no other way to get that resolution.”
It’s unclear how much money the zoo is getting from the project.
VideoNet has a website that has several testimonials, including one from the director of a zoo, who said that the zoo was able “to put this together for free.”
“It was all part of our efforts to provide quality care for animals and our visitors,” said zoo director Greg McCue.
“As the only major zoo in the country to be involved in this project, we’re excited to see what the future brings for our facility.”
Dyson said that while the zoo has been able to get it to shoot the video, it’s not yet ready to sell it.
“We can’t really tell the people in the industry what it’s doing with it, but we can tell you that it’s very impressive,” he told Ars.
“And I think it’s a really cool project.
We’re really happy to have it in the hands of zoo visitors.”
Diverse camera systems and cameras are increasingly being used to capture wildlife, and there are also other camera-equipped zoos around the world.
But in the United States, zoos are not allowed to use cameras that shoot video at higher resolutions than 1080p.
In some cases, zoo operators have even taken steps to stop cameras from being used at their parks.
A 2016 report by the American Association of Zoos and Aquariums, for example, found that at the largest zoos in the U.S., the only way to film animals was to have a video camera mounted on a wall or a tree.
That’s because it’s illegal to shoot video with a camera on a fence, tree, or other object, and zookeepers typically use other means to get around that prohibition.
The report also said that there were fewer cameras in the public sphere at these zoos, with the majority of the cameras being in private homes and offices.
VideoNetwork’s CEO, Ben Crouser, told Ars that he and his team have had to rethink how they want to use their camera systems.
“A lot of the people that work at zoos have been using it for years and years and they’ve been making a lot of money, and they were happy with it,” Crouse said.
He said that he thinks it’s possible to produce a camera system that is cheaper and easier to use.
“I think that the majority would be happy to just have it on a small piece of glass, but the big advantage that I think that’s going to come out of that is we’re going to have an easier time marketing it to people,” Crouch said.