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PARROT, INC Parrot Rolling Spider App-Controlled MiniDrone

Item# 187-902851-AF | Model# PF723000 | Added on September 16, 2016 |
PARROT, INC Parrot Rolling Spider App-Controlled MiniDrone
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"Rolling Spider flies anywhere, performs complex aerobatics, climbs walls, and rolls across the ceiling. How cool is that? Flies smoothly in all directions Sophisticated stabilizing autopilot system Easy to pilot with touch controls through free smartphone and tablet app Perform forward, backward, and sideways flips Removable wheels let drone roll up and down walls and across the ceiling Take snapshots with the embedded vertical camera Connect to Parrot's Pilot Academy to share your flight stats Amazing Acrobatics Rolling Spider is an ultra-compact drone controlled by smartphone. It flies indoors and outdoors with surprising speed and stability. Using the free app, FreeFlight 3, this ultra-light 4-propeller drone performs half- and u-turns with a single swipe and does front and rear loops in one click. Attach the included wheels, and Rolling Spider """"drives"""" along floors, up walls, and even across the ceiling. And because it's equipped with a propeller shut-off function in case of a collision, the MiniDrone can fly indoors fly without harming furniture or walls. 55 Grams of Technology Rolling Spider is 6 times lighter than AR.Drone, yet it employs the same flight stability and autopilot system based on a 3-axis gyroscope and 3-axis accelerometer. Think of it as a super-concentrated version of Parrots impressive array of drone technologies. Rolling Spider features: Pressure sensor for flight altitude control Ultrasonic sensor for precision flying near the ground 60fps ... read more
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