Also from KD Interactive, the Next-Generation of its Best-Selling Smartwatch for Kids, Kurio Watch 2.0, and Upgraded Android Kids’ Tablet, Kurio Next
Demonstrations of Aura and New Kurio Products Will Be Given Daily During Toy Fair, February 18th to 21st at the Javits Center in New York City, at KD Group’s Booth #5929
KD Interactive introduces Aura, a gesture-controlled drone that uses patented Gesturebotics(TM) technology powered by Locorobo. Using a wearable glove controller, kids can pilot the robot using hand motion wearing the glove. Aura can roll, climb walls and fly around the room. Continue reading
The Aura quadcopter ditches a traditional stick controller or smartphone for a glove that lets you fly with a wave of your hand.
by Joshua Goldman
Toy drones continue to get smarter and more stable. Their controllers, on the other hand, remain a mess of sticks, buttons and switches that take a lot of practice to master.
The Aura drone from KD Interactive, on display this weekend at the New York Toy Fair 2017, fixes this by getting rid of the traditional controller altogether. In its place is a glove that lets you use hand gestures to pilot the quadcopter. Borrowed from military applications, the patented Gesturebotics technology powered by LocoRobo (a shortening of “low-cost robotics”) requires little more than tilting and rotating your hand to fly it.