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Video: Flying iPhone-controlled augmented reality drone

At Where 2.0, a company called Parrot (who usually dabbles in bluetooth headsets), demoed a flying augmented reality drone for the crowd.
Written by Andrew Mager, Inactive on

At Where 2.0, a company called Parrot (who usually dabbles in bluetooth headsets), demoed a flying augmented reality drone for the crowd.

One of the cool parts of the demo was that the drone carried a camera on it and could play video games. Read more about the Parrot at Gizmodo.

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