Zero delay video distribution
Most "live" video distributed over the web has between a 10 to 20 second encoding process. This means from the time something happens at a live event to the time a person sees it on their computer, 10 to 20 seconds have passed. Reach-in has developed an integrated hardware/software solution that gives you the ability to see, and control, machinery over the internet; in less than 400 milliseconds.
Not only do we have near zero video delay, we also allow internet users to physically control objects (actual devices) inside a room they are seeing with a simple keystroke. This provides a link between the digital and physical worlds by enabling anyone to look inside the room and control physical devices from their computers. The value is complete control of cameras as well as the ability to move mechanical objects in real time. Similar methods of remotely controlling devices require costly installation of point-to-point dark fiber and are limited to very specific uses. Our technology allows [non application dedicated] remote control of machinery over the unconditioned internet using just standard TCP/IP with no static IP's needed; and our approach requires no downloads, no software, no special hardware, and runs directly “in browser”.
Try one of live our demos under the Demos tab to see the technology in action. One of our products, called iPetCompanion, allows people to physically interact with live animals in humane societies across the country and has reached over 2MM animal lovers who play with pets that are
up for adoption.
To learn more about our company see
our About page,
or take a look at some of the Press coverage on past projects.