A quadricopter which is controlled by your iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or Android device.
The AR.Drone remote-control quadricopter combines the best of many worlds, including modeling, video gaming and augmented reality. The AR.Drone is remote-controlled by an iPhone and features a number of sensors, including a front camera, vertical camera and an ultrasound altimeter. You can also use the AR.Drone in video games, such as AR.FlyingAce, a dogfight between two AR.Drones.
Quadricopter controlled by iPhone/iPod touch/iPad/Android
Interchangeable hulls for indoor and outdoor use
Fly and battle with other Drone users
Camera with live video feed on iPhone/iPod touch/Android
Use with games from the App Store in iTunes and Android Market
Check out hundreds of great user videos on the AR.Drone website
Front Camera: Wide Angle Camera - 93° wide-angle diagonal lens camera, CMOS sensor, Encoding and live streaming of images on iPhone, Camera resolution 640x480 pixels (VGA), Video feedback on the iPod touch /iPhone screen
Ultrasound Altimeter - Emission frequency: - 40kHz, Range 6 meters (19.7 ft) Vertical stabilization.
Vertical Camera: High Speed Camera - 64° diagonal lens, CMOS sensor, Video frequency: 60 fps, Allows stabilization even with a light wind.
Embedded Computer System - ARM9 468 MHz, DDR 128 Mbyte at 200MHz, Wifi b/g, USB high speed, Linux OS.
Inertial Guidance Systems with Mems - 3 axis accelerometer, 2 axis gyrometer, 1 axis yaw precision gyrometer.
General Specifications - Running speed: 5 m/s; 18 km/h (16.4 ft per second; 11.2 miles per hour), Weight: 380 g with outdoor hull (0.8 pounds) | 420 g with indoor hull (0.9 pounds), Flying time: about 12 minutes.
Safety System - EPP hull for indoor flight, Automatic locking of propellers in the event of contact, UL2054 battery, Control interface with emergency button to stop the motors.
Dimensions - With hull: 52,5x51,5cm (20.7 inches x 20.3 inches), Without hull: 45x29cm (17.7 inches x 11.4 inches)