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First person flier: Parrot’s Bebop + VR | The Verge

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24 November 2014



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“The best part of our demo session with the Bebop, however, was testing out an integration with headset technology that puts you inside the drone with a first-person perspective. We tried it out with a pair of ZEISS Cinemizer OLED glasses, and the experience was terrific. Even within the very limited confines of our indoor space, you could still get a rush from flying through a drone’s-eye view. I imagine it would be far more exciting when zipping over cliffs and under bridges outside.”

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