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Parrot launching smartphone-controlled drones

12
May
2014

Parrot billed its Bebop Drone as a flying high-quality camera that will land in the market in the final three months this year. The Paris-based maker of wireless accessories for automobiles and handheld mobile devices did not disclose how much it plans to charge for the drones. \The experience is like being a bird, an insect,\ Parrot founder and chief Henri Seydoux said while providing an early look at Bebop drones in San Francisco. A Bebop drone can be controlled using smartphones or tablet computers powered by Apple or Android software, displaying on screens what is captured by its high-definition camera with a 180-degree \fish-eye\ view.

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