Innovative Self-Flying Camera Debuts at CES with New Gesture Control Feature

Hover Camera X1 pocket-sized self-flying camera

Zero Zero Robotics, renowned for its expertise in machine vision and control systems, is set to make a significant appearance at the 2024 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The company will feature its acclaimed HOVERAir X1, a compact 2.7K self-flying camera, at their booth (no. 55745) in the Venetian Expo Halls A-D, Global Pavilions.

Attendees will have the opportunity to experience the camera’s innovative Gesture Control feature, a groundbreaking development in user interaction that allows the camera to be directed through simple arm movements.

HOVERAir X1: A Leap in Personal Photography

Hover Camera X1 pocket-sized self-flying camera

Since its successful Indiegogo campaign in 2023, which garnered over 5,000 backers and raised $1.8 million, HOVERAir X1 has experienced robust sales across nearly 40 countries. This popularity is attributed to its unique combination of fun, portability, and high performance.

Weighing just 125g, the HOVERAir X1 is exempt from registration requirements in most parts of the US and boasts a range of autonomous flight modes, superior audio clarity, and a safety-first cage-like design.

MQ Wang, Founder & CEO of Zero Zero, expresses excitement about introducing the new Gesture Control feature at CES. “This technology showcases our dedication to enhancing user experience and expanding creative possibilities,” said Wang. The HOVERAir X1’s rapid launch and landing capabilities, high-definition filming options, and foldable design underscore its status as a versatile and intuitive device.

Advanced Features for Creative Filmmaking

Hover Camera X1 pocket-sized self-flying camera

The HOVERAir X1 stands out with its array of cinematic flight modes including Hover, Follow, Zoom Out, Orbit, and Bird’s Eye, all easily accessible through a single touch. A dedicated app provides real-time composition adjustments and instant sharing capabilities.

The device’s advanced computer vision and robust tracking allow it to follow users at speeds over 15mph, and its Visual Inertial Odometry (VIO) technology ensures precise navigation.

“HOVERAir X1 is just the start of our journey to revolutionize personal photography and content creation,” Wang added. The device’s user-friendly operation, combined with its light frame and versatile flight modes, positions it as an essential tool for capturing and sharing life’s moments.

Zero Zero Robotics’ presence at CES 2024 marks a significant step in the evolution of flying cameras, offering a glimpse into the future of hands-free, intuitive personal photography.

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