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Intel provides Yuneec Typhoon H plane camera RealSense
Intel is working to supply drone Yuneec Typhoon H hexagonal fans RealSense camera to guide them and overcome obstacles while flying and photography.
And it owns Yuneec Typhoon H aircraft the ability to shoot pictures and video over ownership of the camera, as it can stop on their own before a collision with large objects.
The technique allows RealSense aircraft do to avoid obstacles and keep moving around those obstacles, it also allows them to do imaging process that must be done.
A plane Yuneec Typhoon H of filming the surrounding places are using the three-dimensional camera RealSense R200 Atom processor and Intel Atom.
And allows three-dimensional image of the places surrounding the plane, along with the presence of the sensor, avoiding obstacles, stability and flight and landing safely.
And Bfterd be shipped jet pack, which has a list price of about US $ 1,900 with a camera and $ 1,300 without a camera, by the end of the month of July current.
The package includes a drone with an Intel camera and a device with a control processor Intel Atom ST16 compact touch screen measuring 7 inches with a second mini-called Wizard control and two batteries and additional fans.Viewing:-144
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