"Zyro, a drone you can play tennis with, Ep. 193"
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Zyro, a drone you can play tennis with, Ep. 193
My name is Stephen Beacham and here's what's happening this week on CNET's Crave blog.
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Zyro is a new startup currently raising funds on Kickstarter to turn an aerial drone into a ball for sports and game.
The Zyro drone is controlled via mobile app and will act like a tennis ball or any kind of ball for that matter.
Reacting to your swinging motion using a special racket connected to a Zyro wand.
You can set field dimension parameters ranging.
From 7 by 7 feet to the size of an entire football field.
When the drone hits a virtual wall it will bounce off the wall back into the field.
Up to 8 players can play games with the drone, using it to score goals through football goal posts or just playing catch with your friends.
The drone is protected by a circular band guarding 0 players from.
The sharp, quad, copter blades.
The zyrodrone can be yours for $449 which comes with the drone and one wand.
The 899 package contains the drone, a wand and four drone remotes so that players can hook up their own drones to use as controllers in the game.
Read more about the zyrodrone ball at zyrogames.com.
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