The UAV is built around the company's ARM Cortex-A9 processor (pictured), and features 1GB of built-in RAM, an SD card slot, and is Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-enabled
The MeCam is a tiny autonomous quadrotor UAV currently in development
The idea is that when users wanted to shoot videos of themselves, they could just launch the UAV by hand
In autonomous flight, 14 real-time sensors and two Linux-based auto pilot algorithms would keep crashes to a minimum
Imagine if you had your own tiny quadrotor unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that you could control with your voice, that would automatically follow you while avoiding obstacles, and that could shoot and stream video of you using an onboard camera. Now imagine that you paid less than 50 bucks for it. Well, if the hype is to be believed, that’s just what tech firm Always Innovating is promising with its MeCam.
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