A very unique Camera drone has been launched by PowerVision in the form of the PowerEgg Camera Drone which is now available to purchase priced at $1,300 or roughly £1,279.
Check out the video below of a demonstration which took place in New York City earlier this month to see the unique characteristics of the PowerEgg camera drone which uses a companion application that is supported by both Android and iOS devices.
The creative team behind the unique PowerEgg Camera Drone explain more about its inspiration, design and features.
The PowerEgg is the perfect alliance between form and function. With its distinctive shape and bleeding edge engineering, PowerEgg is a powerful personal camera drone that also conveys elegance and aesthetic.
Built to enhance your lifestyle, PowerEgg, through the use of its industry first Maestro gesture based controller, is easy to fly for experts and beginners alike – right out of the box. Maestro interprets your arm movements in real time, allowing you to conduct the drone’s location in the sky.
Coupled with our iOS or Android flight app, PowerEgg delivers powerful autonomous flight modes that help you capture those special moments; be it wakeboarding on the lake, your kids at the park, or dancing on the beach at sunset – PowerEgg is the ultimate accessory to enhance your lifestyle.
Features of the PowerEgg Camera Drone include :
– PowerEgg collapses into elegant egg shaped form, creating an ease of portability and storage
– Maestro controller provides world’s first gesture based control
– PowerModes let the drone execute complicated flight tasks, while you concentrate on capturing the shot
– Return to Home brings the drone back to its takeoff point, and safely lands itself
– Control ranges of up to 3.1 miles / 5 kilometers
– Integrated 3-axis gimbal stabilizes and smooths video footage
– Optical Positioning System allows for stable indoor flight
– Customize the look of your PowerEgg through optional designer skins, including the winning design of the PowerEgg Design Challenge
– Choose between the included the Maestro controller or a traditional two-handed joystick controller, both included with PowerEgg
Source: PVFiled Under: Hardware, Top News