Aspects of the Parrot Drone

Being able to steer the Parrot AR Drone Helicopter is pure fun because you have to move and control your compatible Apple device controller to change directions. Your enjoyment is enhanced due to the amazing video views as well as the use of touch screen movements to accelerate and reduce speed.

One of the most innovative aspects of the Parrot Drone Helicopter is the means through which it’s steered. It’s a clear technological innovation, it’s the first machine to be controlled by fully fledged gadgets – the I-phone, I-pod touch or I-pad – using wireless connectivity. Very simply, the machine is controlled by tilting the wireless apple controller Lorelai | for changing direction, increasing and decreasing speed using movements and accelerometer of the controller. However, this is only possible through using AR Free flight AR Free flight application and setting the controller into Airplane mode.

A variety of sensors are found underneath the central hull the AR drone of Parrot Helicopter to assist with steering the machine and its overall motion control. This includes the mini Inertial Measurement Unit system which works in tandem to the High Speed camera located at the base inside the device. These measurements of inertials allow for automatic in-flight stabilization through pitch, yaw or roll movements, like those used in balancing vessels at sea. They also aid in the efficiency of tilting movements, in so in the sense that the wireless network is in operation. These built-in technologies make it easy to control the machine to suit all types of movement and also manage it efficiently when it comes into contact with foreign objects.

Here are step-by step tips to help you navigate your Parrot AR Drone Helicopter for an enjoyable in-flight experience.

Make sure the batteries on the device and on the controller device are charged to 100% throughout the day.

* Download The AR free flight application from the online store of I-tunes. Set it up on the Apple Ipod touch or I-phone.

* Switch you Apple controller device to “Airplane” mode.

• Turn on your Drone device and ensure your wireless connection is activated.

Switch on the Wi Fi on the controller device and connect to the wireless network range of the machine.

* By activating the Free Flight application within the wireless network area will automatically sync the two devices.

One click of the launch button on the middle bottom of the controller’s screen will bring to life the Drone back to its life. In the absence of any action that is required, the parrot AR Drone helicopter will leap to a few feet off the ground, waiting for the controls to steer it higher and higher.

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