Flying video camera helicopter streams straight to your Android smartphone
We must have one: The MeCam is a voice-controlled flying video camera helicopter that streams directly to your Android phone.
According to Android Community, Always Innovating is working on the product, which will also follow your every move after it's been synced to your smartphone and share its video stream via your social networks.
Three patented stabilization algorithms keep the device in flight. The MeCam will run on a 1.5 GHz Cortex-A9 processor with 1GB of RAM, micro-SD for storage and WiFi/Bluetooth capabilities. Always Innovating anticpates the MeCam will start at $49.
It will still be sometime before we're all being followed by our own personal copter cams, however; the MeCam isn't expected to launch until 2014.
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