PowerVision made a splash at CES 2020 with an innovative drone that is small enough to double as a handheld camera and uses artificial intelligence (AI) to improve its performance.
PowerVision has long been known for making quality and innovative drones, but the newest model takes some major leaps forward, according to Digital Trends. The PowerEgg X is substantially smaller, fitting in the palm of the hand. Its small size gives it the ability to be used as a handled camera, in addition to being a drone.
By incorporating AI, the PowerEgg X offers unique abilities. The drone’s camera has built-in facial recondition, which is constantly being improved thanks to deep learning training. The product video shows the camera singling out and focusing on its owner in a group of individuals dancing. This gives the drone the ability to track a subject it has learned, even if they move out of the field of view and back again.
As a drone, the PowerEgg X has smart follow shooting, landing protection, obstacle avoidance, intelligent return home capability, 3-axis Gimbal stabilization, wind resistance, rain-resistant flight, preprogrammed quick shot flight paths and more.
The PowerEgg X is an impressive step forward and will likely become a staple of many businesses and professionals that rely on drone photography.