As we reported three months ago, GoPro’s Karma drone has been resurrected after withdrawal in the face of reported catastrophic failures. That re-launch was only
Well, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas has come and gone, and as usual there were acres of displays showing the kinds of things
GoPro announces its new HERO5 4K action camera and its first ever GoPro Karma Drone for capturing stunning aerial footage.
Quadcopters and their drone siblings are often seen as little more than toys, and it’s an area smaller companies not known for making drones don’t compete well in, but Kaiser Baas is still going to give it a good thwack.
Drones are everywhere these days, with many used as remote control quad-copters that may as well be called the next generation toy, but what if you want to get some video work done?
Drones are used for all sorts of things — photography, product delivery, military, farming, and so on — but if you just want a flying or driving robot to play with, Parrot looks to have you sorted.
We’re seeing some interesting things happening in the world of quadcopters and drones, and this week Olympus is sending word that one of the leading makers of these flying machines is joining an interchangeable lens system.
Taking photos can be fun, but you don’t always have the height. And then there’s the whole “drone” thing, and if you’re keen to get some air time, you’ll now be able to take some high res shots while you’re at it.
They say that life imitates art, and proving that is a new technological trend happening in New Zealand reminiscent of an April Fools joke from earlier in the year, with a flying drone now able to take pictures of you as you go about your ski trip.