Category FUN DRONES

SO NOW WE HAVE A ROBOTIC DRONE THAT PLAYS DRUMS IN A BAND

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HAVE THIS MINIATURE DRONE FLY AROUND INSIDE YOUR HOUSE

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Drones are definitely one of the most fun tech inventions of recent times, but sadly, most have to stay in the loft when the weather is miserable — they’re just too big. In contrast, the SKEYE Nano drone will happily fly around the house when winter bites. Heck, you can fly it without getting out of bed. It’s 1.57” square, but it is a full-fledged quadcopter that can pull some nice tricks, too. Right now, it also has 41% off.

Impressively, for what is a genuinely pocketable drone, the Nano is completely self-stabilizing, using gyros and accelerometers to keep things steady. That means it’s a solid outdoor flyer, and there are three levels of control sensitivity for different conditions and piloting abilities...

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HOMEPOD ROBOT A NEW CONCEPT READY FOR THE MARKET SAYS DEVELOPER IN THIS VIDEO

Henry Sapiecha

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FIRE BREATHING DRAGONS JOIN THE DRONE BRIGADE

FIRE BREATHING DRONE DRAGONS IN THE AIR OFFERED FOR SALE BY GERMAN TECH COMPANY

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  • Hammacher Schlemmer is offering a remote-controlled, jet-powered dragon that soars through the air at up to 70 mph and belches propane-powered flame when on the ground. The dragon’s LED eyes can be commanded to glow red while it emits a fiery 3′ blast of flame from a cleverly concealed (and flight-disabled) propane tank and igniter built into its toothy maw. A miniature turbine engine built into the chest provides thrust that exits the rear at 500 mph, and uses 1/2 gallon of jet aircraft fuel or kerosene for 10 minute flights. With a head that swivels in the direction of turns, the dragon can climb and dive via wing ailerons and elevators built into its V-tail rudder, controlled with the 2.4GHz radio remote...
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THROWING A DRONE LIKE A TENNIS BALL & IT TAKES PICS FOR YOU, THEN YOU RETRIEVE IT WITH THE DATA

THROWING A DRONE LIKE A TENNIS BALL TAKES PICS FOR YOU & THEN RETRIEVE

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It’s already possible to take aerial shots using your smartphone, but doing so means throwing your expensive piece of kit into the air and hoping you’re a good catch. What’s really needed is a standalone device that can be launched skywards to capture panoramic views. Enter Squito, a prototype throwable camera ball capable of producing stabilized 360-degree images and video that could prove useful in several different fields.

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VIDEO-Click ‘READ MORE’> Squito is the work of Boston-based inventor Steve Hollinger, founder of S. H. Pierce & Co., a manufacturer and licensor of high-technology and consumer products founded in 1989.Hollinger has recently been awarded a second patent related to throwable camera technology...

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