In 2015, Galileo was an iOS-controlled, robotic motion platform for iPhones and iPod Touches. It allowed someone to mount an iphone to the device and remotely rotate it horizontally and vertically for filming. It was invented by the folks that invented the GorillaPod, a very popular and flexible mini-tripod for cameras. The product didn’t sell well and was shut down after a few years. If they partnered with Apple it might have seen more success.