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Parrot’s new Bebop drone takes flight with HD video
SAN FRANCISCO — The sky’s the limit for high-def video with a new drone announced Sunday by consumer drone maker Parrot. The French company’s new Bebop drone…More
Parrot’s New Bebop Drone Can Do Amazing Things
In the emerging world of consumer drones, the most important company in the world happens to be a French one, Parrot, which was formerly best known for making Bluetooth audio products. Back in 2010, it announced the AR.Drone, a $300 quadricopter with onboard cameras…More
We take flight with Parrot’s new Oculus-friendly Bebop drone
Parrot still hasn’t released that MiniDrone we saw at CES, but its already got something new up it’s sleeve: BeBop. Unveiled Monday, the indoor/outdoor quadricopter has a new accessory for extended-range flights, and gives fliers the ability to control its camera using a virtual reality headset…More
Parrot Bebop Drone has Big Camera, GPS for Aerial Action
Parrot, the company behind the popular AR Drone quadcopters, announced a new toy on Sunday: the Bebop drone. The big deal is video—the Bebop has a new full-HD camera that can shoot impressively detailed video, and when combined with the optional Skycontroller, the footage being shot can be viewed in real time on a phone, tablet, HDTV or virtual reality headset such as Oculus Rift for a drone’s eye view.More
Parrot Bebop Drone hands-on: Oculus Rift’s eye-in-the-sky
Parrot is taking to the skies again with the Parrot Bebop Drone, focusing on high-definition video recording with no moving camera parts, unlike rivals like the DJI Phantom 2 Vision+. Building on Parrot’s two generations of AR.Drone, the new quadricopter is smaller, smarter, and more maneuverable than the drones that came before it; we grabbed some time at the controls…More
New Parrot drone provides a virtual bird’s eye view
Parrot, a French company that makes a popular flying drone, showed off a new model that can give users a virtual bird’s eye view of anything or anybody it’s flying over. Parrot CEO Henri Seydoux took over the historic Old Mint in downtown San Francisco for a press event Thursday to demonstrate the company’s Bebop drone, a “flying camera”…More
Parrot’s new Bebop Drone promises out of body experiences and crystal-clear video
The Parrot AR.Drone was a remarkable toy when it was introduced in 2010, offering consumers a ready-to-fly quadcopter they could control with an iPhone. In 2012, the company made that toy friendlier and more durable. But for 2014, the company is done just playing around. The new Parrot Bebop Drone — aka AR.Drone 3.0 — is also designed to be a tool for aerial photos and videos. Like its increasingly popular…More
Parrot’s New Bebop Drone Wants to Be Your Eyes in the Skies
Thanks to the the FAA’s recent decision to allow civilian drones into public airspace, the skies above us could soon be swarming with helpful robo-fliers. To that end, Parrot’s newest model acts as a personal aerial surveillance system—albeit for only 12 minutes at a time…More