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You can now use the Roborock S6 MaxV's camera as it vacuums

You can now use the Roborock S6 MaxV's camera as it vacuums

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Now your robot vacuum doubles as a security droid. What you need to know A late-July update enables remote viewing of the camera on the Roborock S6 MaxV robot vacuum. The vacuum can be remotely controlled via the app with a live feed from that camera. Roborock has built-in multi-factor authentication and backs its security claims with multiple cybersecurity certifications. When it debuted, the Roborock S6 MaxV's front cameras were only used for object identification while vacuuming, and there was no way to access this camera at all from the app. Over the past few months, Roborock has been working to make a way for this camera to be fully usable, all while keeping that visual data as safe as possible. Today, Roborock is introducing an update that provides a way not only to view the images that your vacuum takes while vacuuming but also to give users a way to remotely control the vacuum and see through that camera. That could come in handy when you're away from the house and need ...