Parrot’s AR Drone does iPhone controlled augmented reality, blows our mind at CES 2010

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Parrot was at CES 2010 to show off their new AR Drone quadricopter (basically a fancy name for a 4-rotor helicopter). It’s controlled with an iPhone app that streams real-time video from its onboard camera. Using accelerometers, ultrasonic sensors, and a downward facing camera, the AR Drone automatically stabilizes itself in flight. You use the iPhone to control the AR Drone through on-screen controls or by tilting the iPhone. Needless to say, this is awesome.

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