The AirSelfie drone takes the form of a portable flying camera that’s integrated into your mobile phone casing and can be easily detached and used to capture unique selfies. Take AirSelfie out of its cover and just launch it from your smartphone using the AirSelfie companion app Which supports both iOS and Android devices.
AirSelfie Portable Flying Camera Design:
The minuscule quadcopter fits in the palm of your hand and slides into a custom phone case for storage and charging. It can only fly for 3 minutes, but that’s enough time for its intended use of capturing a quick group selfie when arms and even selfie sticks can’t extend far enough to get everyone in the picture.
The AirSelfie is encased with an aluminium-based shell casing that is said to bear a subtle lightweight frame while providing adequate protection to the drone from outside interference. It has overall dimensions of 67.4 × 94.5 × 10.6 millimeters, and weighs 52 grams. It is also equipped with a quad-copter mechanism, which comes with four propellers that are installed within its interior body to reduce any forthcoming minor injuries on the user’s end.
AirSelfie Portable Flying Camera Features:
The drone can be controlled with one hand via the app (iOS and Android) and can fly up to 20 meters high. When you are ready to snap a photo or video, it’ll hover autonomously — whether indoor or out.
The four “micro brushless” engines allow the drone to levitate up to 20 meters off the ground, and it’s powered by a 7.4V-260mAh battery. It’s also equipped with a 5-megapixel camera for photographic or video recording purposes, and comes out with its own built-in 4 Gigabyte SD card. AirSelfie also released compatible smartphone cases for the iPhone 6, 7 and 7 Plus, also the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Google Pixel, and Huawei P9.
AirSelfie Portable Flying Camera Price:
Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about this tiny camera drone which is taken to Kickstarter and is available to back with pledges starting from €179 with a shipping date expected to take place during March 2017.