Bionic Bird: The First Avian Drone

Posted: Nov 6 2014, 4:05am CST | by , Updated: Nov 6 2014, 4:17am CST, in Reviews | Technology News

Bionic Bird: The First Avian Drone

The world’s first smartphone controlled avian drone is finally here and it is called Bionic Bird.

The electronic and smartphone remote controlled app is termed Bionic Bird and it is something else. Yet it is still in its early marketing days and so the support of diehard techies is of paramount importance. All through the annals of the human experience on earth, mankind had a wish: to fly. And now that wish can be placed in the lap of everyone.

Bionic Bird is a small sized bird that can have a range of a hundred meters. All you need is your smartphone to operate it. A single swipe will have it flying here, there and everywhere. The technology is very fine tuned and ultramodern. And, believe it or not, the bird gets its energy (fuel) from an egg shaped device called Turbo-Charge.

Within a dozen minutes or so, it has the energetics to fly upto ten eight-minute journeys in the sky or in a spacious area. While the little egg can easily be pocketed, the bird is a mere nine grams and so lightweight that launching it into the empyrean heights will be a cinch.

There are several patents that pertain to this novel means of technology. Then there is the environment-friendly nature of Bionic Bird. It does not pose a hazard to other avians. Neither does it scare them off. Rather it acts as an attractive force for its fine feathered friends.

Even enemies are most welcome for Bionic Bird. Thus even if your crazy cat were to go bonkers after Bionic Bird, the very tough and unpalatable structure of the metallic bird will put off the famished feline from eating it up. However, were the little kitty to damage the structure via its wild Big Cat ways, you can always replace some of the parts of Bionic Bird anytime from the nearby hardware store.

It has a video facility in its repertoire so you can view things below from up above with a bird’s eye view. Now, isn’t that marvelous. Many more features including Android KitKat and stationary flight are being explored and will be added soon to the spectrum of amenities this device affords its users.

Furthermore, the alloy metal used in this app allows micromanaged stability control. There are some spinoffs from the marketing of this device and they include a t-shirt. It’s the best thing currently and ought to be funded generously by those pioneer business leaders and tycoons in society who want to benefit the public.

“Bionic Bird is going to take off. We have worked tirelessly to develop this marvelous bird and we want to share it with you,” said the inventor. “Help us to produce and develop the next generation of Bionic Birds. In exchange, you will be the first to possess this high-performance robotic bird, produced thanks to your financial support. Let the dream take flight!”

You can now contribute for Bionic Bird on Indiegogo.

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