Beijing-based startup Zero Zero Robotics has launched its Hover Camera drone at the ongoing CES 2017. First unveiled in May last year, the drone can be flinged up in the air and then the drone would not only rise up, but also follow wherever you go and click your photos. Also Read - Swiggy to soon deliver your food order using drones in India
The drone looks very much similar to a notebook and is lightweight. It comes with 4K video recording capabilities with 32GB storage. Talking of selfies, the drone uses its 13-megapixel camera and the AI-face tracking system that lets it automatically recognize a face and body for a perfect selfie. Also Read - Facebook tired to use bird-like small drones to bring internet to remote areas
According to Engadget, Hover Camera’s new feature helps the drone”register” your face via the app which is a one time process. And the next time you want to click a selfie all you need to do it launch the Hover Camera, and to click a selfie, just raise your hand till you notice the front LED flashes.
The Zero Zero hover camera comes with a carbon-fibre body with soft rubber coating, making it strong and light. The device can spin and take 360-degree panoramic videos. It is powered by a Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Flight platform. Reports further states that the battery life is short and the drone needs to be charged over and over again. As of now theZero Zero hover camera is price tagged under $599, and the availability of the drone is still unknown.