Snapchat’s tiny drone camera that follows you around and records video

Snapchat has introduced Pixy, a small drone camera. Pixy is a handheld drone camera that doesn’t need a control button like other drones on the market. Just turn the knob to open and close. It will fly from your hand and gently land back into your hand. Added 4 flight modes. Hanging in the air flying around People can do stupid things. It has a 12 megapixel sensor and 16 GB storage, so it can hold 100 videos. 1000 photos can be stored. Equipped with a single battery, the weight including the battery is only 101 grams.

If you add another battery, it will cost about 20 USD. Pixy can fly between 5 and 8 times on a full charge. It can fly for 10 to 20 seconds at a time. All videos recorded by Pixy will be sent directly to Snapchat Memories, where you can edit them again. It’s designed to work with Snapchat, but it can be used on other platforms as well. Pixy uses computer vision to recognize people’s faces and bodies.

Using object recognition technology (teaching a computer to understand images using artificial memory technology), it will return to the hands of the person who launched it. The price will be 230 USD, and it is currently available in the United States and France.