The AR.Drone 3.0 – check it at 1:00 – aka Bebop uses software stabilization instead of a gimbal for less weight. It has a 14mp camera, a removable battery, GPS, a range extender/joystick accessory and Oculus Rift support.
Kids these days have little motivation to exercise their minds (or their bodies) so it’s nice to see a project like Moff that seems like the perfect intersection between technology and the power of good ol’ fashioned imagination.
Take beer pong out of your dorm room with this miniature set. The wooden board comes with two balls tethered to their launchers, 25 small cups and a drawstring storage bag. A foldable version is also available.
The Pocket Drone collapses to about the size of a 7″ tablet for storage. It can carry a GoPro camera, follow GPS-enabled mobile devices, go on autopilot and can be piloted via DSM radio controllers or an Android app.