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Drones

The Roam-e Flying Selfie drone camera from Australia takes 360-degree shots

The future of hands-free selfies has arrived, thanks to this flying drone camera that uses facial recognition to follow you around.

Ever feel bothered by the same old boring selfie poses because your hand is permanently attached to your camera? Well this Australian-made Roam-e Flying Selfie drone camera should help you get a bit more creative, if you can stomach the fact that it looks like a flying carrot.

Retailing at $399 (around £300) online and AU$499 in Australia , the Roam-e Flying Selfie features a 1080p camera and uses facial recognition technology to follow its owner around and is capable of avoiding objects. The drone has a 20 minute battery life and takes about 2 hours to fully charge.

You can also do live streaming and the Roam-e is capable of taking 360-degree pictures, which means you can post all those new cool and creative selfies on Facebook as well.