Big Buzz At CES: Drones That Automatically Follow PeopleMark Melin
The big buzz coming from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is all about robotic drones – and in particular a drown that automatically follows and records human actions.
The most apparent use of such drones, being marketed at CES, is that in an athletic setting. The lightweight cameras are designed to hover above and around athletes to record their performance live and up close.
Cellphone controlled drones
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