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Parrot has recently launched an advanced version of its AR.Drone, which providing the iOS-controlled 4-blade helicopter a latest piloting system, a HD camera as well as the capability to share captured images and video wirelessly.
The gamesnow recently reported that, AR.Drone 2.0 quadricopter of the French wireless company, which is launched in Melbourne recently and which is available for $349 in the month of June, focuses on stability and usability with a superior ‘Absolute Control’ mode which permits users to sync the gyroscopic actions of iOS device with drone 2.0 quadricopter. An in-built 3D magnetometer offers the drone with the reference point of the user, that allowing it to stir with the tilt of an iPad or iPhone.
The Parrot has also launches a new application, AR.FreeFlight 2.0, which is for controlling the AR.Drone 2.0 watching recorded video and images, accessing AR.Drone Games as well as interacting with other vendors through ‘AR.Drone Academy’.
Besides, AR.FreeFlight 2.0 permits images and video footage to be uploaded to Picasa and YouTube from within the application. The Parrot launched this functionality because, though the original AR.Drone didn’t support video capture, the users uploaded more than 12,000 in-flight videos to YouTube through a third-party application.
Parrot portrays the AR.Drone Academy, which introducing with the AR.Drone 2.0 in the month of June, as a place to meet up as well as share content with AR.Drone people. Acquire the geolocation data of the finest flight sectors, look at other pilots’ videos as well as access their shared flight information.
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