Dancing, face-reading drones make waves
What happens when man and machine move in synchronicity?
Dubbed "Dancing With Drones," this project came about when the CollMot robotics team and choreographer Nina Kov developed tools for interactivity between drones and humans.
The CollMot team’s drones communicate with each other directly without human intervention.
Their inspiration? The collective motion of animals.
And how about your very own personal drone cameraman?
Unlike traditional drones designed for flying, Lily Camera is focused on its subject.
It will feature a 1080p and a 720p camera, both of which will be filming you.
With its built-in GPS, the flyer will keep track of you using a little Lily tracking device worn on your wrist or in your pocket.
It will also learn to recognize your face.
The makers of Lily promise to come up with a later version that will have a computer vision system to keep you always in the frame. – Rappler.com