Miniature, Hackable Quadcopter

Now Available As Pre-Order

This one is very maneuverable so you don’t need the skills of a fighter pilot, and it is not nearly as dangerous as the larger quads. Open source software makes it friendly for developers. One developer has added a keychain camera to it. It has “training wheels’ which protect the blades while you are learning. Inductive charging so you don’t have it plug it in. Computer vision control and lots more. The kit requires soldering skills and is not for beginners. $149 – $173 More Information

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