Thursday, 23 October 2014


Have you ever wondered how you will be looking when you do some sort of cool stuffs like skating, cycling, paragliding even somersault and now a days it became usual to capture oneself in camera and naming the job as "selfie".
What if I say you can capture yourself doing these outdoor activities without anyone’s assistance? It is merely impossible for common people to have a contract with sports channel and media to film their activities. But this can now be replaced by latest device named “Air Dog” which is nothing but a quad copter.
Helico, has successfully introduced AirDog, the world’s first automated drone designed to track and video outdoor sports and activities, using Stratasys 3D printing technology. Aimed primarily at the consumer market, AirDog is innovative, yet simple to use ‘quad-copter’ the operates via a wrist worn tracking device and accommodates a standard GoPro sports camera. Users can automatically capture exciting live aerial video footage and still photography of themselves, having set speed, distance and height levels for AirDog to follow. Helico is specifically targeting the outdoor extreme sports market and expects AirDog to be of particular interest to recreational participants of freestyle BMX, Motocross and Skateboarding, as well as water-such as surfing, kite-surfing and wake boarding.

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