This home security device claims to be more advanced than most. It sees, hears, senses and tracks intruders in your home, and lets you know what they're up to.
It uses realtime object tracking, which is usually reserved for military or professional-grade surveillance systems. It promises to lock onto intruders in seconds, so you can see exactly where they go and what they get up to.
It can track a person over 9 metres away as they move around. So unless you have a very big house indeed, it should serve you amply.
Of course, it can't see through walls, so you'll have to kit out every room with one if you want full coverage. And that could be expensive.
It records in full HD resolution, and can track through 360 degrees so there's nowhere to hide. It has an audio and motion sensor, night vision so you can see in the dark, and two-way audio so you can put the willies up whoever's broken into your house.
You can control it from your mobile phone, and it can send you picture alerts.
Dynamic channel adjustment upgrades or downgrades the quality of the video stream depending on the strength of your Wi-Fi signal, so you'll always have a smooth, clear video stream without any glitches or delays.
It's exceeded its funding goal by a whopping 13,000 per cent at time of writing, and there are still 28 days to go. For more, check out the Indiegogo page.