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jun. a japanese plastics company asahi power service have developed a flying umbrella drone that may soon follow users around keeping them jun. a japanese company’s sun (and rain) umbrella drone that follows your head protects from the elements but not from the noise.
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ene. i’m totally serious: right now you can buy a drone with an umbrella on it that follows you around. i agree, this is awesome. jun. but one japanese dronemaker wants to take things a step further. asahi power service (aps) has built a prototype for free parasol, a drone
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jun. free parasol is essentially an umbrella drone, allowing you to keep both hands free and your head dry. jun. a japanese company is taking drone ownership to the next level with the development of an autonomous umbrella that follows a user’s head.
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jun. japan’s asahi power service company has created the ‘free parasol,’ a drone and aipowered umbrella that hovers over a person and it’s a bird—it’s a plane—it’s an…umbrella? an mit student has created dronemounted umbrellas that open and close like jellyfish as they fly.
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jun. a japanese company is utilising the power of drones in an unusual way, prototyping an autonomous handsfree umbrella dubbed the ‘free jun. is it a drone? is it an umbrella? it’s both actually, and it hovers directly above you to keep the rain off your head or the sun off your skin.
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jul. artist and technologist alan kwan’s flying dronebased umbrellas put on a dance you won’t soon forget. may. it’ll keep both hands free so you can applaud at how great your new umbrella drone is.
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jun. the asahi power service company has invented a drone and aipowered umbrella designed to hover over people and follow them as they ene. a semiautonomous drone modified with an umbrella canopy promises to shield users from the rain by automatically tracking their movements,
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jun. if you don’t have an umbrella, you could just go ahead and buy one of these flying umbrella drones for as little as rs ,, and conquer the jun. i’m impressed by the technological leaps and bounds that drones but a handsfree umbrella that autonomously follows me through the rain?
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jun. there’s a suitcase that follows you through the airport — it was only a matter of time before we were introduced to the autonomous umbrella. jun. while the current free parasol model lacks a waterproof component, the company says that’s definitely coming next.
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