The CS:GO astroser, created by astrocams manufacturer CCAM, allows users to set their own custom settings for their machines, and to view and change settings on-the-go.
The device’s features range from adjusting brightness and contrast to adjusting the sound of the screen.
CCAM’s astrogation server was first announced in May 2016.
The device, which has no built-in mic, features a six-inch screen, and an 8-megapixel sensor.
To access the astrosensor, you can plug the astrogated device into a computer, then open an app, such as Google Chrome or Adobe AIR.
To get started, the astrosensor will ask for a password, and the user will be prompted to create a new account.
The astro servers default settings will then show up on the screen, with options for brightness, contrast, and image quality.
The astrocontroller has a few tricks up its sleeve, though.
You can configure settings on the device with a number of different settings, such like screen resolution, color temperature, and viewing angle.
To set a different setting, you’ll have to press the astrotick button, then navigate to the device’s settings page.
Once there, you need to choose one of the settings to toggle.
For example, if you have an image brightness setting, select it and the screen will change to a brighter version of that.
CCam also has a custom mode that lets users customize the astrophotography of their images with a handful of preset settings.
To do so, simply tap the settings icon and select a preset, such a white balance or black level.
The cloud-based astro controller has a number more built-into the device.
The cloud-driven astroscope, which is a set of sensors on the astrodex that collect data on the sky, will also provide users with some basic settings, and will even show a detailed view of the sky.
To adjust the astrometrics, the user can swipe the screen with two fingers to select one of several settings.
CCams cloud astroscopes are also available for $129 and $199, respectively.
The Cloud Astroscope device is compatible with iOS devices, Android, and Windows Phone 8 devices.
You’ll have three months from purchase date to make sure you’re up to date on the hardware and software before the device ships.
For more, check out our review of the Astrometric Cloud Astrogate.