AirSelfie on Freshnews Drones, Robots and Urban Surfboards: Gadgets at Ifa 2017 (with a tribute to Force Friday in the sign of Star Wars)

Posted on September 1, 2017

If we talk about drones, AirSelfie, the device invented by the italian Edoardo Stroppiana, couldn't miss the technology exhibition. Small, practical, handy, this mini drone is the best solution for those who want to take selfies in a completely innovative and unique way. The goal is to hold the smartphone firmly in hand, teleporting the front camera to a distance of 20 meters and then take a snap. Read more... Ifa 2017, with AirSelfie the self-timer revolution speaks Italian

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I Read more... The safety of stability for beginners! The impulse to buy AirSelfie, a cassette tape size compact drone

Posted on August 16, 2017

With the arrival of AirSelfie I should withdraw what I used to say: "to buy a drone of any size and price, as long as it flies well.” Since this month, I'm going to bring AirSelfie with me together with the 360° camera, the virtual reality glasses and pocket games to accompany me during my business trips. Read more...

NBC NEWS: You Can’t Get Through Summer Without a Selfie Drone or a Smart Cooler

Posted on August 7, 2017

Taking selfies with your smartphone is so last summer. This summer the cool kids are using the AirSelfie, a pocket-sized drone you control with your smartphone. Launch it into the air, adjust the height on your phone, hover and say cheese. Read full article>

BBC NEWS: Global Gadget

Posted on August 3, 2017

A way to get a bit more distance between you and the camera: sometimes you need a wide perspective. The AirSelfie is an ultra light flying camera with built in wi-fi which connect to an app on your phone.  Watch Video> For your selfies, get a photo with a drone

Posted on July 18, 2017

Equipped with four engines, the AirSelfie is controlled from an app for iOS or Android. Take it in hand, press the take-off button, and the device rises up to 20 meters. Orient it and choose the right height using the on-screen controls, and you will only have to tap the photo (or video) icon to trigger the shot. Read more...

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