Lily is a company that has been dedicated to developing easy-to-use cameras and flying alone.
They announced the launch of its Lily Camera, the first camera that takes images spears and flying on their own. Once released into the air, the camera flies and follows the user, making video footage and capture high-definition images. The camera achieves a speed of 40 km/h.
The equipment is designed to operate in air and water environments, and allows athletes and adventurers to capture images of all its activities, or any type of user to achieve unusual catches their daily activities.
The camera has computer vision algorithms and smart GPG to follow the user. Without having to hold the camera, Lily owners will appear on all shots. The camera also allows close photographs, as well as high-quality panoramic.
Lily is a compact, small footprint and weighs only 1.3 kg. Makes video footage at 1080p / 60fps and 720p / 120fps and 12MP photos. Sony IMX 117 has a 1 / 2.3 “image sensor. It can fly for 20 minutes.
Technology that allows operation of Lily is based on computer vision algorithms. Lily constantly communicates with the tracking device user to verify the position, distance and speed. Lily recognizes the user and improves the tracking accuracy over time. The camera can also be programmed to receive addresses through the tracking device mobile application, indicating follow-up, loop, zoom, takeoff, glide and more.
The camera is waterproof, wind and rain stand without problems. The team has a system of “Home base” that is the user’s hand and allows the camera to land gently. The tracking device also allows audio recording, which automatically synchronizes with the shots taken with the camera.
Now you can perform pre-orders for Lily Camera for $ 499. This special price includes the camera, the tracking device and water-resistant case for the tracking device. Also available accessories. The team will begin shipping from February 2016 at a price of $ 999.