Developer Controls Parrot AR Drone With Google Glass (Video)
Aug 21, 2013 10:58
Google Glass developer Blaine Bublitz has come up with a way to control a Parrot AR Drone with his wearable device. Bublitz has decided to up the stakes after some successful early tests controlling a ground based robot with Glass. The result is a Glass-controlled flying drone.
Bublitz is offering a detailed run down on how he put together the head movement remote control mechanism. The demonstration looks like the wearer has some kind of telekinesis.
This is just the beginning, and who knows, maybe one day pilots will be wearing Glass to fly real planes. Check out the video below:
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