Hover Camera Is The Coolest Way To Take A Selfie

Posted: Apr 27 2016, 11:53am CDT | by , Updated: May 27 2016, 9:25am CDT, in News | Technology News

Hover Camera is the Coolest Way to Take a Selfie
Hover Camera

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This is a flying robot camera. This is the first drone you definitely want to have.

Startup Zero Zero Robotics unveiled an amazing new product. The Hover camera is literally a camera that hovers in the air wherever you place it. The Hover camera can also follow you around.

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Made from carbon fiber the Hover Camera as light, safe, and robust enough to be used in any situation.

The proprietary technology fuses a suite of state-of-the-art AI with a small PCB the size of two US quarters. This Embedded AI is enabling the quad-copter to hover.

Watch the video below to understand the magic of the Hover Camera. The company is accepting beta testers right now. Zero Zero Robotics has raised over $20 million in Venture Capital and has about 80 employees. The Hover Camera ships this summer.

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