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Endlich: Quadrocopter AR.Drone fliegt jetzt auch mit Android


Bestimmt erinnert ihr euch, wie unser Ex-Boss Joshua Topolsky mit einer AR.Drone von Parrot Jimmy Fallon's Late Night Show aufmischte. Gesteuert hat er den Quadrocopter via iPhone. Jetzt funktioniert das endlich auch mit Android: Video nach dem Break!

Parrot AR.Drone: Piloting now possible on Android™

Paris, September 2nd, 2011 - Parrot, leader in wireless peripherals for mobile phones, brings the experience of piloting the AR.Drone to users of Smartphones running Android™.

'AR.FreeFlight' and SDK for Android™

The users of Android–powered smartphones and fans of the Parrot AR.Drone can now find a free version of AR.FreeFlight's piloting application developed by Parrot on Android Market™.

Once the application has been downloaded and connected via Wi-Fi with the quadricopter, the device's screen turns into a true piloting station.

Besides, the Software Development Kit of the Parrot AR.Drone, available free of charge on, allows the developers to leave free court with their imagination and create new applications dedicated to the AR.Drone on the Android platform.

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Parrot, a global leader in wireless devices for mobile phones, stands on the cutting edge of innovation. The company was founded in 1994 by Henri Seydoux as part of his determination to drive the inevitable breakthrough of mobile phones into everyday life by creating high-quality, user-friendly wireless devices for easy living. Parrot has developed the most extensive range of hands-free systems on the market for cars, motorbikes and scooters, including wireless multimedia products geared towards audiovisual applications. In 2008, Parrot launched a new prestigious line of high-end products bearing the hallmark of renowned artists and in 2010, the AR.Drone, the first quadricopter piloted via wi-fi and using augmented reality.

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