Patents a drone that is controlled with the look

Patents a drone that is controlled with the look


The sensors track the movement, position and position of the user


    The market for unmanned aircraft or drones continues to arouse interest among the general public and, particularly, in companies. Amazon, Vodafone or Correos are some of the companies interested in these small aircraft.

The automation of drone movements is one of the objectives of many companies. Samsung has registered a patent to control these devices with just the look.

The South Korean works in a drone that would monitor the movement and position of the user and allow the user to control it with his eyes without needing any other action.

    The drone would be composed of a central module, with an LCD screen, and a flying unit, as well as a series of sensors that would track the movement, position and position of the user, but also facial and pupil reading systems.

According to the text of the patent collected by Let's Go Digital, this device would follow the movement of the user automatically, and change course when detecting a movement in the look, that is, if the user looks up, the drone would go up, or if you look to the right, it would change direction to that side.

In addition to the mentioned sensors, this flying device would have voice recognition system, WiFi connectivity, and obstacle detection system

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