The Flying Stick Camera

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The “Flying Stick Camera,” uses kinetic energy built up by rubbing the
stick together between one’s hands like it’s smaller toy variant. The
difference is that the Flying Stick Camera stores that energy and
actually flies up into the air like a helicopter. When the energy is
dissipated, it auto-rotates back down to the ground. Meanwhile, while
it’s soaring high above one’s head, the Flying Stick will snap an
array of digital shots at a preset interval. And with face detection
built into the digital design, the subject is always in focus.

No word on resolution, price, or when we can get one, but this is
certainly a design that’s more toy than functional camera, but there’s
nothing wrong that. It keeps the fun in digital photography.

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