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Christian Coly the Southern Europe Sales Manager for Parrot joins Craig to discuss a prestigious line of high-end wireless multimedia products in collaboration with some of the world’s most well-renowned artists. The Parrot Jumping Sumo is a two-wheeled robot half a foot high and less than a foot across. Using an iPhone or Android app, users guide the robot from up to 160 feet away. An internal gyroscope and accelerometer let the Sumo execute precision turns and spin on the spot, and an onboard camera captures the whole dizzying ride, but Sumo’s star feature is its ability to jump nearly 3 feet in the air. Connected to a Smartphone or a tablet with Bluetooth Smart (Low Energy), the Parrot MiniDrone offers flight stability worthy of professional drones.
Thanks to its numerous sensors and its autopilot capabilities, Parrot MiniDrone is the easiest-to-fly quadricopter.
Its ultra-compact and light-weight design, combined with the power of its engines, allows the Parrot Minidrone to fly at high speeds and perform high-precision acrobatics. Attach two ultra-light wheels to the Minidrone structure and it can climb along a wall or move across the ceiling before taking off again into mid-air. Immediately following this interview Craig is joined by Tim Murphy the Co-Founder of AirDrop Gaming. They will discuss a new game called HipShotDot. HipShotDot, an exclusive powered red dot sight attachment for first person shooter games. AirDrop’s products give equal advantage to all who use them and are gamer tested and approved prior to release. The product is rooted in just what it sounds like, running and gunning and shooting from the hip.

The on screen reference point helps FPS gamers aim faster, earn more points on missions and get an edge in multi‑player matches.

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