Parrot develops new drones that fit in the palm of your hand and can fly or jump as the user chooses.
Parrot company wants to be a benchmark in the world of parrot drones for domestic use.That is why they have launched two small cars that fit in the palm of a hand and could be controlled with your smartphone or tablet.
These parrot drones, called Rolling Spider and Jumping Sumo , which come to market with a price of $ 99 and $ 149 respectively. These two drones bind Skycontroller Bebop, their latest releases.
These parrot drones with a battery that lasts 8 minutes and integrates a camera that can take pictures, but not video.This model incorporates two wheels to climb walls and walk on the ceiling.
These flying parrot drones fly inside and outside with stability and it has ultra compact and rigid design. You can make performs that can make 90 and 180 degree flips using swipe feature and can make front,back and side flips with one click.The companion app is com for these parrot drones are compatible with iOS and android devices.
The Parrot Jumping Sumo is loosely based on a traditional Sumo-style bot, with built-in commands to spin and turn 90 degrees. Its big trick, though, is an insect-like ability to jump unbelievably high — like onto a table from the floor, as much as three feet. It also has a small QVGA-resolution camera for watching its antics first hand from your smartphone or tablet, while you are controlling it. With a 20-minute battery life, the Jumping Sumo will certainly provide more fun per hour than typically shorter-lived flying toys.
The Parrot MiniDrone is a nanocopter with a twist. It has a pair of large, removable, wheels that allow it to roll around floors, tables and counters. The wheels are also large enough that they protect the rotors from bumping into things when moving around. Because the MiniDrone also has rotors for lift, it can actually drive up walls and even along the ceiling, making some amazing movie-special-effects-like antics entirely possible in real life. Both bots are capable of a variety of acrobatics, at least after their pilot has some practice. Parrot’s promotional video below provides an example of the incredible agility of the bots when piloted by an expert.