Vayyar Imaging, the 3D-imaging sensor company whose technology makes it possible to see through objects, liquids, and materials, has announced that the award winning WalabotDIY is now available for Australian consumers.
Created especially for home renovators and DIY enthusiasts, WalabotDIY gives users the ability to see up to ten centimetres into drywall, cement and other materials to determine the location of studs, pipes, wires, and moving rodents.
“We were keen to launch to markets that are passionate about DIY and home renovating,” said Raviv Melamed, CEO and Co-Founder, Vayyar Imaging. “Walbot introduces a new experience to Australians who want to renovate their house and know down or cut into walls without making needless mistakes.”
With the Australian launch, WalabotDIY includes a new feature called Pan Mode, which significantly enhances its capabilities by allowing users to scan an entire wall and combine everything detected into a single image and see a map of what’s behind their walls. They can detect multiple studs, pipes and wires, follow the path of pipes and get a full picture of things that are hidden from view.
Walabot is compatible with all Android smartphones 5.0 and higher. It connects to the back of the phone, and projects images onto the phone screen when scanning a wall. Additional features include an adjustable sensitivity setting for optimal calibrations on particular renovation and construction projects, three sensing modes and the ability to seamlessly snap photo screenshots for use in offline analysis.
Vayyar is offering a special introductory price of $165, available for purchase at Walabot.com/DIY.