Inspired by activist movements, the founders at DOMONO saw an opportunity to create a product that not only facilitates filming viral videos but also provides a safety net to discretely record tense encounters or potentially dangerous situations. The founders approached Brash with their idea to build a phone case with a detachable camera incorporated into the case design that directly connects with a user's cell phone.
Optimizing Video and Audio
Project requirements on the hardware side included a removable recording device that clips on to your person, can also be set up on a flat surface, but still maintains a small form factor. To make this possible, our electronics engineers designed a custom PCB that integrates the camera module, host processor, and additional image signal processing electronics — facilitating the camera's functionality and optimizing the complicated circuitry. This was crucial in creating the smallest-sized camera without compromising on device performance, video quality, streaming capabilities and ensuring a long battery life.
Our work with DOMONO is a true end-to-end experience that began with extensive market research, concept development, early-stage prototypes, and now centers on providing support and services in the late stages of product development and manufacturing— leading up to an official market launch in the not-so-distant future.