Toss it and forget it, this drone drives itself

Toss it and forget it, this drone drives itself

Drones appear to be all over the place lately, however most fashions are nonetheless, shall we embrace, pretty beta?

Forget all that. Lily is coming.

This little drone, which is lovely btw, is one that mixes GoPro-like digital camera expertise, GPS and flight into one useful little robotic that follows you within the sky.

You simply take Lily and toss her into the air. She follows you — or leads — taking pictures of the motion alongside the way in which (movies, slo-mo and stills). Lily can be waterproof so no worries about touchdown her in water or flying within the rain.

Sadly, like most drones, she has a brief flight time — about 20 minutes, with two hours wanted to cost her up. However she’s light-weight, underneath three kilos, and can slot in most backpacks, making her a perfect outdoor-adventure companion that’s much less more likely to get caught in a tree.

Lily is meant to ship in February 2016. You may pre-order one for $499 beginning right this moment, nearly half off the retail worth of $999 as soon as it goes on sale.

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