Powervision Robot Inc., a leader in robotics and big data best known for its industrial drones, announced their first consumer drone, the \"PowerEgg\". The PowerEgg features an innovative egg shape which, in addition to being aesthetically different than the many X-shape four-axis drones currently on the market.
PowerVision unveiled its first consumer drone, “PowerEgg”. The drone is an egg shape foldable drone, PowerVision brings a unique approach in drone design. Instead of a traditional folding drones that we usually see in the market, Powervision designed a drone that folds into an egg shape making it look clean and sleek and can be easily be carried in a backpack.
Powervision Robot Inc., a leader in robotics and big data, is using its skills as an industrial drone developer to engineer a commercial drone that can be universally enjoyed by all. Oh, and by the way, their drone is both egg-shaped and foldable. Say hello to the PowerEgg!
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Powervision Robot Inc., a robotics and industrial drone maker, has launched drone shaped like an egg that can be folded up and stored in a backpack.
Powervision Robotics is known for its innovations in industrial robotics, and now the company is poised to enter the consumer marketplace. Headquartered in Beijing, Powervision recently announced the new PowerEgg drone, an egg-shaped unmanned aerial vehicle that is easy to fly and highly portable due to its unique design.
The drone market is a tough egg to crack, considering how well established the players are today. 3DR, DJI, Parrot and Yuneec rule the consumer roost, but a worthy challenger now approaches. PowerEgg is the first consumer drone from Beijing-based PowerVision, and possibly the first drone to market — ever— with an egglike design.
We have a winner for the most beautiful drone on the market and its name is the PowerEgg.
It\'s very difficult to say \"PowerEgg\" and not smile or giggle, and that\'s sort of the point. Robotics company PowerVision was looking for a drone design that is friendly and approachable and not intimidating to anyone -- and the result is the PowerEgg. When closed up, it looks like a giant shiny white egg, roughly the size of a rugby ball. Press a button to drop its legs, pull up each of its four propeller arms and it\'s transformed into, well, a flying egg. A 4.6-pound (2 kg) one at that.
Today, Beijing-based PowerVision made its ovoid camera drone, the PowerEgg, available to international customers via pre-order on the company’s website for $1,288. Customers who pre-order a PowerEgg will also get a backpack designed to fit the drone, its charging station, decorative stand and remote controls along with their orders. The company says the backpack is valued at $200.
PowerVision transitions from commercial drones to the consumer side with an egg-shaped drone
The PowerEgg is up and flying. Those aren\'t words I expected to write this morning, but sometimes life surprises you. The Egg in question is actually a drone made by Chinese company PowerVision. Renders of the craft were first shown off earlier this year, but now the company has actually demonstrated that their drone can fly. It\'s even available for pre-order — yours for $1,288, with a shipping date scheduled for this October.
It\'s roughly the size of a rugby ball, but with retractable landing and propeller struts.
The aptly-named PowerEgg is a drone that supports 4K video capture and GPS-assisted flight.
PowerEgg, a consumer drone that looks like a turret from Portal gone mad, has just been made available for global pre-order. True to its name it really does look like an egg, and while it’s only been demoed to the press a handful of times it really can fly.
The PowerEgg’s design serves a purpose: to make the joy of flying drones more accessible for everyone — a philosophy that manifests itself in everything from the drone’s camera operation to the flight controllers.
Beautifully designed egg-shaped drone that captures 360-degree footage of stylin\' on the slopes.
Yep, it’s a drone alright. See the rotors? Four of ‘em. That’s as drone-y as it gets. They only come out to play when you actually want to fly PowerVision’s egg-shaped UAV, though - meaning they don’t take up any space in a backpack when you’re on the move. Read more at http://www.stuff.tv/news/what-shell-powervisions-new-drone-takes-crack-dji#dDkLIe5r1sDQXF9j.99
\"A cinematographer\'s dream come true\"
This is the PowerEgg. The egg shaped design of the drone creates a uique style
If flying regular drones proves tricky, help is at hand – literally – thanks to this gesture-controlled quadcopter that’s shaped like an egg.
Today, PowerVision Robot launched the PowerEgg, which has the potential to shake up the consumer market. There are three reasons for this.
Also boasts easy, Wii-style motion control. But mainly, it\'s a flying, fold-up egg!
PowerVision turned heads with its egg-shaped PowerEgg last month. It\'s following up the uniquely shaped consumer drone with a model aimed at pros and enthusiast fliers—the PowerEye.
Built with a high-quality Panasonic Lumix G camera lens for cinematography-quality video, the drone will be available in December.
\"It\'s a beast among drones.\"
PowerVision Technology Group, leaders in the commercial drone space for years, designed PowerEgg to look beautiful while also proving to be a very functional, approachable piece of equipment.
We caught our first glimpse at the PowerEgg drone back in February when it was first unveiled. If you liked what you saw in that lightweight and intuitive consumer focused drone aircraft, you can now pre-order your own.
Drones are wildly popular these days. But there hasn’t been one drone that’s taken the consumer market by storm. Well, PowerVision Technology Group, a worldwide leader in robotics and big data technologies, may change that with the PowerEgg. PowerEgg is – you guessed it – an egg-shaped drone that’s designed with the consumer in mind.
Building on a proven track record in the field of industrial drones, PowerVision is taking pre-orders for its first consumer drone—the PowerEgg. R
PowerVision is not resting. It was just a couple weeks ago that they announced they’re taking pre-orders for their innovative new consumer drone, the PowerEgg. Yesterday at the InterDrone trade show PowerVision unveiled the PowerEye a drone designed for professional cinematography.
One exhibitor getting a lot of attention is the company PowerVision and their product the PowerEgg.
\"A veritable beast of a photography drone.\"
\"PowerVision Technology released its professional cinematgraphy drone. The foldable PowerEye features dual viewing, aollowing multiple users to see vi
\"New and noteable\"
Drones are great, but most don’t fit neatly in your sock drawer. The PowerEgg, however, has form wrapped up as well as it does function, folding neatly up into the shape of an – well, you can guess.