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World’s first truly consumer-friendly foldable drone

27 April 2016

Hover Camera is the world’s first consumer-friendly self-flying camera that’s safe, portable, easy-to-use and can perform multiple functions.

Image courtesy of Zero Zero Robotics

Hover Camera weighs less than 250g - meaning you are not required to register with the FAA.

Zero Zero Robotics tested countless materials before settling on carbon fibre for the Hover Camera, this makes it light, safe and strong enough for it to hover and keep the user safe.

The company also developed proprietary technology that fuses a suite of AI with a small PCB. This software-hardware hybrid, Embedded AI, makes the Hover Camera a self-flying drone that you can touch, engage with and carry.

A single charge will last approximately eight minutes, after that the battery can be easily swapped out. 

Image courtesy of Zero Zero Robotics

The camera at the front takes 13 megapixel images and 4K videos. There is also a downward facing camera with three megapixels and sonar underneath to help stabilise the drone. 

By connecting to the drones Wi-Fi, the user can gain control using their fingers and virtual buttons on an app. The app offers features such as 360 pano mode and face and body tracking.

It is estimated that the Hover Camera will cost below £500.  

For more information on the Hover Camera, click here.

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