The ICD-5000 image capture and display system lets mobile professionals, educators, advertisers, litigators, and others display or record a phone screen do so with a high-resolution, affordable system. The ICD-5000 delivers a live image of a handheld device screen to a computer, so it can be recorded, displayed on a monitor, projected on a screen or shared through the Web. The device targets wireless industry professionals in sales, marketing, application development or training functions, advertising agencies that handle mobile media, and law enforcement professionals who gather and display evidence from handheld devices.
The ICD-5000 rounds out the Project-a-Phone[TM] product line, whose ICD-300 is currently used by hundreds of organizations worldwide. Trevor Fiatal, Co-Founder and CTO of SEVEN, commented "The ICD-300 has been invaluable for demonstrating our products on a wide array of mobile devices. The ICD-5000 is a tremendous step forward when it comes to demonstrating and documenting our software on high-resolution devices and PDAs. The sensor in the ICD-5000 easily captures the most subtle of details, which is particularly important when projecting onto a large screen."
Jeff Hunt, Project-a-Phone President and CEO, explained, "After introducing the ICD-300 earlier this year, we were overwhelmed by the positive response. With the ICD-5000 we now offer an affordable solution that can be used to present in environments where high resolution is critical."
Project-a-Phone hardware securely clamps the phone in place and delivers a live video feed of the screen image to a PC through a USB cable. The software displays live video, lets you record video and audio, takes still images individually or in a programmed sequence, and can display multiple screens simultaneously. The ICD-5000 package includes software and a carrying case. It costs $395 with quantity discounts available. For more information or to order Project-a-Phone, visit www.projectaphone.com.
- Displays or records up to 30 fps at VGA
- 5.17 mega-pixel sensor
- Takes 3 mega-pixel screenshots
- Powered by USB cable
- Under two pounds
- Fits in a 10"x9"x2" carrying case
- Runs on Windows([R]) 2000/XP/ME
- Requires one USB 2.0 port per device
About Project-a-Phone, Inc.
Project-a-Phone, Inc. is a Massachusetts-based, privately held corporation. For more information, visit www.projectaphone.com.