Yuneec Typhoon H Drone Uses Intel's Realsense Technology


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They call it ‘the drone that knows its way around’, and for good reason. Equipped with the Intel® RealSense™ Technology, you can be sure to indulge in a little creative freedom as the Typhoon H becomes capable of intelligently navigating its way around obstacles through smart detection. Say good-bye to limiting, conventional video-recording ways!

With RealSense™ integrated with Follow Me mode, you can start filming in any direction and any way you’d like, while avoiding annoying obstacles getting in the way. Its Intel® RealSense™ R200 camera with an Intel® Atom™ powered module allows you to focus on your subject entirely for fuss-free recording with a cutting-edge 3D model of the world.

In other words, the drone starts to automatically recognize its surroundings, while mapping and learning its environment in three dimensions. As it plans alternative routes around itself, the drone makes sure it doesn’t wreck itself as it engages in auto-follow, meaning you could easily fly it indoors too.

Avoiding its obstacles is not a one-time thing for the drone, either, as the Typhoon H learns from its surroundings and remembers it forever.

The Typhoon H is also easily stored with its nifty folding arms, in addition to its retractable landing gear (making for a clear view) and an Android-based controller that includes gimbal-based 4K video capture with a 720p real-time feed.

Among its multiple intelligent task modes including the Orbit Me for a circular flight around you as it keeps its camera on you the entire time, or the Point of Interest where it orbits a chosen subject. Aerial selfies can be captured up to a whopping 150 feet, as the drone Journeys up, out and far where you want it.

When you’re done having fun, have the Typhoon H return (and land) within 26 feet of you as you switch to Home Mode.


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