Top 5 Best Drones With Camera – This Easy to use Drones develop with High Definition Camera, very handy for both professional and amateur photographer. I’m passionate about drones, and I’ve met many people who want to fly drones, but found them really hard to control. I want to help, because I feel that they are missing out on the fun of aerofiliming. Lets start from this stuff.
That is why we came out with the idea of Ghost. This is a traditional remote controller that has many switches and knobs, which can be very hard to master.
One bad move, and a mistake can be very expensive. Most of the drones also require assembly, but not everyone has the time or skills to do that. Ghost comes pre-assembled, and is ready to fly right out of the box. Our app makes it super easy to pilot. Simply tap Unlock, then Takeoff, and Ghost will rise and hover. Now, tap a spot on the map, and Ghost will fly there immediately. To get it back, just hit Return, and Ghost will take the shortest route back to its takeoff point. Press Land, and Ghost will descend and land gently. For advanced control, tap Hover to make Ghost hold the current spot, and enter the Micro-Control mode. Here, you can adjust Ghost’s direction, speed, camera angles and more.
Not only is Ghost user-friendly, it’s designed with quality parts and has great features and performance. What’s really cool about the Ghost, though, is it’s customizability with respect to both hardware and software. One project that I’m working on is mounting this RP-LIDAR unit from Robopeak on the Ghost drone, giving it the ability to sense its surroundings. With the data from the LIDAR, the Ghost’ll be able to detect obstacles like trees and buildings, and adjust its flight path as necessary. I’m also really looking forward to developing the Ghost SDK, which includes libraries for both Java and C+.
I also see some awesome integration posssibilities with input devices, like Leap Motion, Myo, and my own device, Tact. C-mi is different from anything on the market right now, in the sense that it solves the problem of how you control the entire flying, movie and image capture process from a single device. What it does is make flying easier by bringing automation of those systems inside of the flyer, and allows you to concentrate on where you want the vehicle to be, the images and video you want to capture, and then to be able to rapidly share it with your friends. My name is Mark Richardson. I’m in charge of Polyhelo, which is a group of great engineers and enthusiasts building drones for people to take photographs of themselves, and the environment, and then just generally have fun with. I’m a former planetary scientist, and I was involved with NASA in exploration of the solar system.