Now you can fly with your own version of the new spiderman spider droid
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With Tony Starks, responsible for creating Spider-Man's costume for the last reboot of the webshop franchise, it's no surprise that the outfit came with all sorts of high-tech bells and whistles. One of the most notable is the spider's emblem on the trunk of the suit, which appears to serve as a spider pilot.
Yes, the flying eight-legged spider robber sounds completely absurd, although for Spider-Man equipment, which is easily translated into a real-world toy, it is about the same perfect as it is. And now you can fly with your own version right before the Spider-Man: Return home opens in the form of Skyrocket Spider Drone.
A functional copy of the latest boxer Spidey, the toy can fly and follow its surroundings, like any modern rumble. And it limits the possibilities for purely running functions, so do not expect that it will collapse into a flat emblem, launch a parachute or perform other stunning tricks such as its created Starks in the upcoming superhero movie.
The Skyrocket Spider Drone measures 7.5 x 2.5 inches (diameter x height), which sounds slightly larger than the one in the trailer. Or maybe not, we probably will have to see the whole movie to compare. He flies using a quartet of inverted direct drive engines that place the propellers in accordance with the feet of the drones, while the legs serve as a cage to prevent getting onto the material. This simple design will help you avoid the many possible failures during the flight - perhaps a good idea, since it is more likely to fly with this thing.
Being manufactured by Skyrocket, it uses the same drone firmware as Sky Viper ATVs, but it is well tested for flexibility, range and maneuverability. The attache claims that the unmanned plant is equipped with advanced stability and control, ensuring that even beginners can operate it without encountering any problems, complete with dual autonomous mdoes, so you do not even have to fly it if you prefer to sit back and enjoy. Piloting is made even easier by integrating flight support functions that allow you to hover or land an unmanned aerial vehicle with just one click. It comes with a 2.4 GHz controller.
In combination with the Skyrocket Spider application, Drone can transmit 720p frames at 30 frames per second, which can also be recorded via the built-in microSD card slot (although it only supports up to 32 GB). The application, by the way, refers to the Spiderman theme, so you get the overlay of the HUD overlay Hengers, as well as various sound sounds obtained directly from the movie.
Like other unmanned aerial vehicles, a rechargeable battery keeps the ATV, although there is not a word about what range you can get for one charge. We guess 10 minutes or less, given that it's sold as a toy, not a video recording tool, so make sure you have a capacity bank to refill it as needed. Just in case, when you fly at night, by the way, the buzz is equipped with LEDs in front and behind, so that they can be seen in the dark.
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