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This drone lets you fly it using facial expressions

There are several ways to control your drone. DJI lets you do it with hand gestures and by turning your head. But robotics scientists at British Columbia’s Simon Fraser University suggest an alternative method. They are exploring the possibility of controlling the drone with a series of facial expressions. They demonstrate the technology in a […] The post This drone lets you fly it using facial expressions appeared first on DIY Photography.
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