drone Intel RealSense

Intel has invested tens of millions of euro on Yuneec, company that makes drones and now uses its chips to govern better. Not only processors, the latest and expected Typhoon H integrates the RealSense the technology, so can fly and rely on recognition of the surrounding areas to avoid obstacles and recognize many elements.

The RealSense R200 camera is powered by an Atom processor, the first mounted on a drone consumer, not really missing the GPS with which constantly interfaces and ‘follow me’ feature (among many others) that allows allows him to follow protagonists of the scene in absolute freedom.

drone Intel RealSense

The main camera, dedicated to video recording, can rotate 360 ​​° and has a 3-axis gimbal with anti vibration system CG03 +: the image sensor takes pictures 12.4 MP captures movies at 30fps and 4K broadcasts live to the controller in HD at 720p. The latter boasts an Android system and a well 7-inch display, can control the Tiphoon H up to 1.6 km away.

The drone is a exacopter with 6 folding propellers for easy transport, but we will see it in action before four weeks since the preorders have just opened. To take him at home will serve as much as $ 1900 (1676 € approximately).

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