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re: Smartphones move center stage in cars, even drones
collin0   12/1/2012 3:13:40 PM
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Your website link could not open in China. What a pity!!!! I am interested in personal drone very much. I want to know how to upload the video. If you could help me, please send email to me at lisanshi433@yahoo.com.cn. Thanks in advance.

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junko.yoshida   11/30/2012 6:35:08 AM
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True. Parrot's hardware is amazing, the software seems very intuitive, but what truly shocking to me when I was visiting the company, was a sudden realization that this may change our world view. The CEO was showing me a world map on the web, to which Parrot's drone users from all over the world have already uploaded their own video -- shot by their drone -- at any given time of the day. You click the dots on the map, and you see what's going on in a beach in Africa or a city in China. Now how easy it has gotten to see what's going on everywhere in the world. You can see a recent complilation of the best video clips uploaded by Parrot users here. http://youtu.be/I6QFSLsaKw8

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Duane Benson   11/30/2012 6:17:13 AM
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Begun, the drone wars have. I saw something amazing in the local paper recently. Not obviously amazing, but it was. The photo was of some celebration in a city center plaza type place. The photo showed the small reflection lake and crowds milling around. In the center of the photo, near the top, you could see a quad copter with a camera hovering above it all. The quad copter isn't the amazing part. What I find amazing is that there was no mention of it anywhere in the article. It was just there and nobody noticed or nobody cared. It wasn't news.

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SylvieBarak   11/30/2012 2:02:43 AM
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Well, I suppose if Google is already spying on people, it may as well do it from Drones too! I can just see it now... "This targeted assassination, brought to you courtesy of Google maps...."



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