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Camo Camera / Wildlife Camera

Camo Camera
Camo Camera

World wide, wildlife cameras are used in ecological zones to capture images of wildlife to observe the conservation status of a species. Recently, audio technology has been used to measure the 'noise' that forests make, which can show how many species are present there. However, reports show that species have declined due to habitat loss and poaching.

The Camo Camera is a wildlife camera that takes 2 wide-angled pictures and stitches them together to create a larger image. It is fitted with an audio device that can measure the 'noise' of a forest, and when a gunshot is heard, the position is reported to the police and they can take action.

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ACS Egham International School

ACS Egham International School
Egham, United Kingdom

Avyay Jamadagni,
ACS Egham International School