The world’s smallest quadcopter doesn’t capture video or take still images. It is a helluva lot of fun to fly though. The Skeye Nano Drone ($59) measures in at only 1.57 inches x 1.57 inches and is capable of highly-aggressive flying maneuvers such as flips, barrel rolls, and banked turns thanks to high thrust, a low weight, and highly responsive controls. A system of specialized gyros and accelerometers render the Skeye Nano Drone extremely stable, calibrating itself for stable flight before each flight, as well as allowing for steady hover when the controls are abandoned. Watch the video below to see the Skeye Nano Drone in action.
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