Drones are everywhere and incredibly popular. The Micro Drone 3.0 on indiegogo.com is designed to be the smallest drone on the market with a HD camera. To discover nature, create amazing videos of the world, take impossible pictures and go into areas that people can’t go is a form of adventure and curiosity. Besides its size, the Micro Drone 3.0 is customizable with its design and features.
The Micro Drone 3.0 is designed to be used by children and adults. The features for in-flight include auto-levelling, inverted flying, sensor assisted flying, fly in winds up to 45mph and a range up to 300 feet. These features make flying the Micro Drone 3.0 easier for children and new users. The video is live streaming, has a first person view headset display that can be connect to a VR headset, the world’s smallest gimbal, editing suite, 1280 x 720 HD at 30 FPS and has social media integration.
The design of the Micro Drone 3.0 is well thought out and open to changes by the user. Customized designed are able to be created using a 3D printer, meaning the drone can end up being a bird or a dragon flying through the sky. To control the Micro Drone 3.0, a tradition style remote can be used. The drone can also be controlled by an app designed for iOS and Android.
Safety is considered, with the Micro Drone 3.0 having indoor protective bumpers to cover the rotors, expansion packs are available to make the drone bigger, and the battery and camera are clipped on for quick release. The Micro Drone 3.0 stretch goals on indiegogo include the small gimbal in the world for ease of flying, take-off and landing. The second stretch goal social integration to live stream on social media. The third stretch goal is an editing suite for users to easily edit and produce their videos via the Micro Drone 3.0 app.
The Micro-Drone 3.0 package contains the drone, remote controller, one battery, USB charger, 4 spare rotors, 720P HD camera module and onboard microphone. The pricing is $150 for the Micro Drone 3.0 itself, $289 for two drones, $685 for five and ten drones for $1,299. An extra battery is $15 and $50 for the Micro-Gimbal upgrade.
This will be a great drone for new users, with functions designed to make flight and recording easier. The live streaming to a VR headset or to social media will make a drone flying experience more immersive and shared.