The new shape of the UAV ranged between extreme sports GoPro camera and four-rotor aircraft, is the world’s first wearable UAVs. Designers will be named “female mermaids (Nixie)”, which can be folded up and attached to the wrist.
After the female mermaids (Nixie) completed aerial photography can return the wearer’s wrist, summoned by a timer or gesture control. It is reported that it is made of physics at Stanford University researcher Christopher – Dr. Koch developed Starr, involved in research work and his two colleagues.
Currently, the “female mermaids” wearable UAV has entered the 2014 annual wearable device manufactured by Intel contest finals, the team has received a $ 50,000 prize to help them in the future mass production.
In addition to prize money than all finalists will receive technical guidance and support product design implementation. Dr. Koch Starr has been an early prototype product manufacturing, product testing will be conducted at the end of this year. 2014 manufactured by Intel wearable device ultimate contest winners will be announced on November 3.
It is not clear “female mermaids” wearable UAV when production sales, as well as the specific price. As shown, “Female Lady in the Water” wearable UAV somewhere between extreme sports GoPro camera and four-rotor aircraft.