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PARROT, INC Parrot AR.Drone quadricopter—now also compatible with Android!

Item# 187-652479-AF | Model# PF720000AA | Added on December 19, 2017 |
PARROT, INC Parrot AR.Drone quadricopter—now also compatible with Android!
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"Parrot AR.Drone lets you see what the pilot sees. With its built-in Wi-Fi system, you can control the Parrot AR.Drone using the built-in accelerometer in your iPhone, iPod touch®, or iPad® device, as well as Android-based phones and tablets. On-board cameras (one forward facing, one facing down) let you see in real time what the pilot sees as you complete complex flight maneuvers. Augmented reality turns the world around you into a video game. Chase a fighter jet through your house solo or with friends. Powerful processing lets the AR.Drone integrate computer generated images directly into its real-time streaming video to create an augmented reality gaming environment complete with air-to-air missiles, interactive targeting systems, and fiery explosions. No ordinary RC helicopter, the Parrot AR.Drone uses military-grade technology for super-stable flight. This four-rotor quadricopter employs dual ultrasonic altimeters, a three-axis accelerometer, multiple gyroscopes, and an embedded Linux platform to continuously stabilize itself during flight. AR.Drone can even compensate for turbulence caused by wind. In fact, it's so easy to control, anyone can fly it. At home indoors or out. Fly your Parrot AR.Drone anywhere you like. The included indoor hull protects the rotors during tight maneuvering around walls and furniture then removes easily to minimize weight and wind resistance during outdoor flights. Copter is made of carbon fiber and high-resistance plastic. Rechargeable LiPo ... read more
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