Posts Tagged ‘AR Drone’

Taiwanese technology researchers at PVD+ have created a technology that allows the use of Apple Watch and gestures to control drones and devices such as Sphero robots and home automation rigs.

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The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), held annually in Las Vegas, Nevada, has always been an arena for companies to showcase their latest and greatest products. Some use it as an opportunity to introduce periodical updates to existing consumer tech, whereas others seize the chance to introduce a whole new product to what is essentially a captive technology loving audience.

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If you aren’t familiar with the Parrot AR. Drone then you’ve been missing out on a treat. The radio-controlled quadcopter is a third-party product manufactured by Parrot in France that stands in a category of its own. The whole design of the quadcopter relies on a smartphone or tablet to provide the control input for the device, which is something that pretty much meant it had to be placed into its own product category when it was originally unveiled at the International CES in 2010. In an attempt to keep the product fresh and in our minds, Parrot has announced the Elite Edition of the A.R.Drone 2.0, just in time for the holiday shopping season.

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Although we love our smartphones, tablets, notebooks and common gadgets here at Redmond Pie, we do occasionally like to feature some out-of-the-ordinary toys for no other reason than sheer coolness. The AR. Drone 2.0 Power Edition is exactly that, and with a price of eighty bucks more than the standard version, you get quite a bit more bang – or should we say, blade – for your buck.

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