Once Airborne, Self-Navigating Drone Becomes Diehard Media Companion

Once Airborne, Self-Navigating Drone Becomes Diehard Media Companion
technology

Lily is an autonomous drone that will take videos and photos of you from up above

Leo Lutero
  • 20 may 2015

Upgrade the selfie stick into a self-navigating drone with Lily. For $499, you get an airborne camera that follows you around on its own.

The Lily is a quadcopter that requires no remote controls. Just charge it and throw it upward or over a cliff and it will start flying around you to take photos and video. When you buy the kit, it ships with a small circular remote and tracking device. Snap this on your wrist inside the included waterproof case and you can take Lily (or let it take itself) wherever you’d like to go.

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