bestnom1000x50
  • January 07, 2010
    By Dave Barker


    Parrot's AR.Drone in action

    The exhibitors at CES can pack up and go home, because it's clear what this year's gadget is: the remote-controlled AR.Drone helicopter from Parrot.

    The normal two-rotor remote-control helicopters currently on the market will break your heart (and your windows) because they're just impossible to steer. But with its self-stabilizing four-rotor design, the AR.Drone can hover motionless in the air, ready to strike. It has two built-in cameras that transmit live color video, so it can spy on really unobservant people. You control it over wifi with an iPhone or iPod Touch.

    Read More

@LaserOrgy

Follow us on Twitter for updates and links to general coolness

ADVERTISEMENT
Related Articles

Boston Phoenix
It Came From CES: iPhone-controlled hoverdrones that can fight imaginary robots
Published 1/7/2010 by Dave Barker
Parrot's AR.Drone in actionThe exhibitors at CES can pack up and go home, because it's clear what this year's gadget is: the remote-controlled AR.Drone helicopter...

 Friends' Activity   Popular 
All Blogs
Follow the Phoenix
  • newsletter
  • twitter
  • facebook
  • youtube
  • rss
ADVERTISEMENT
Latest Comments
ADVERTISEMENT
Search Blogs
 
Laser Orgy Archives