Parrot’s Newest Drone Packs A Serious Camera, Extreme Range – TechCrunch
Say hello to Bebop, aka the AR Drone 3.0. This is the latest drone from Parrot and it's a big upgrade from the much-loved AR Drone. It's essentially a flying camera that can even pipe imagery directly into an Oculus Rift headset, taking flying in the clouds to a whole new level.
Watch A Swarm Of Robots Team Up With Flying Drones To Solve Real-World Problems – TechCrunch
Nithin Mathews, Anders Lyhne Christensen, Rehan O'Grady, and Marco Dorigo are researchers from Universite Libre de Bruxelles and Instituto Universitario de Lisboa and they are leading us down the primrose path towards human extinction. More precisely, they're using a method called specially-targetted communication. The flying robot "selects" ground robots and communicates with them by changing LED colors. Once the airborne robot sends the right signals to the ground robots, they can work…
Parrot AR Drone Bebop And Virtual Reality Skycontroller Unveiled
Parrot the makers of the awesome range of Parrot AR Drone quadcopters has this week unveiled their new Bebop Parrot AR Drone and Parrot Skycontroller
Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 - Fly and Record in HD
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Parrot reveals new affordable flying drone and two-wheeler built from the AR.Drone
There’s always been little doubt that drones make great toys — the problem is that they’re far from cheap. Now the makers of the AR.Drone are revealing two new toys built from their technology that...
Parrot Bebop Drone - Official video
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Drone Station lets you pilot an AR.Drone with your Mac | Engadget
Drone Station won't actually have you tilting your MacBook to pilot the recreational quadrocopter around your hood but, when neither the little, small, wee smartphone nor the great, huge Surface will do -- a mid-sized laptop may be just right.