Throw This Camera Into The Air, And It'll Do The Rest Of The Work For You
May 17, 2015
Eventually, the final version of Lily, which will be shipped later this year, will also include a computerized vision system that is trained to recognize the subject's face and always work to ensure the subject is in the frame.
Lily Robotics CEO Antoine Balaresque adamantly insists that the Lily camera is no drone, although it might look like one. Instead, it is a flying camera that is programmed to be focused on its subject. It features a 1080p, 60 frames per second (FPS) camera and another 720p, 120 FPS camera. The flyer also uses an internal GPS that allows it to stay on top of its subject, who would be wearing a tracking device on his/her wrist or carried in a pocket.