AJ Hackett Bungy spins out tech startup EpicShot

AJ Hackett Bungy spins out tech startup EpicShot
The system can automatically recognise when someone steps onto a platform and start filming. (Image: AJ Hackett Bungy)
Ben Moore
A stalwart of New Zealand’s tourism industry, AJ Hackett Bungy New Zealand, has launched a new company, EpicShot, to change how adventure experiences interact with customers.The new subsidiary, wholly funded by its parent, has built software to turn a dozen or more iPhones into an interconnected web of photo and video cameras to detect when to shoot and instantly share the results.The EpicShot solution was piloted last year in Taupō and has now been rolled out across AJ Hackett Bungy (AJHB) experiences in Queenstown and the SkyJump a...

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