$600 Lovense Webcam includes tip activation, hands-free zoom and AI-powered motion tracking
Lovense has released an ultra-high-definition webcam, designed for adult performers to use during live streams by connecting with remote interactive sex toys. The new Lovense Webcam can be set to be activated by tips sent by people watching the cam.
Its zoom can be activated by a performer using finger and hand gestures – which could come in handy if you want to keep both your hands free for performance purposes. The zoom can also be controlled by room viewers, when controlling sex toys synced to the cam performance.
Sold by Lovense for $299 as a launch deal (the company’s standard non-discounted price for the device is listed as $599.98), the webcam nudges towards the more premium end of the market, suggesting that it’s focused on at least semi-professional cam setups. The company says the product can easily be used to stream on popular camming sites such as Bongacams and CamSoda.
The webcam, which streams in UHD (ultra high-definition) 4k resolution, has auto-tracking powered by artificial intelligence (AI), allowing for further hands-free use. It has a mounting point for use with a tripod or can be attached to a computer screen. It is 63 millimeters at its widest section and weighs 106 grams.
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In a further nod to its target camming audience, the device has a ‘privacy protection’ mode whereby the camera automatically points downwards after ten seconds of inactivity. It also has a noise-canceling mode, to help reduce sounds other than those made by a performer.
The camera can be activated by viewers giving the performer tips if it is synced to the Lovense Cam Extension Chrome browser extension, the Lovense OBS Toolset software, or the Lovense Stream Master desktop download.
Considering the boom in home porn camming in recent years, it’s almost surprising that it’s taken a company like Lovense this long to release its own branded webcam. Considering that a cammers’ camera needs go beyond those of the average Zoom meeting user, it sounds like a good thing, though.