Saturday, November 17, 2012

Tried the insect controlled via iPhone iHelicopters

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The other day we told you about a new product iHelicopters people , a kind of helicopter embedded in a spherical shell that we can control with your iPhone.

Not all devices IRDA controller that sell on their website are flying. The one we tested is a generously sized insect that is able to move exactly like a real bug question.

 Probamos el insecto controlado a través del iPhone de iHelicopters

In the back of the creature we see a white LED that blinks when lit. Their presence is decorative and also serves as a reference to know when we have run out of battery, something that happens after 20 minutes of operation.

In order to control the bug from our iOS device is necessary to connect the transmitter IRDA in 3.5 mm jack. Subsequently launch the application that controls the robot and touch controls on the screen. The handling is very simple and there are only four directions in which we can guide the insect (forward, backward, left and right). In a matter of seconds, you will be able to spend the occasional joke.

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The IRDA transmitters also must be recharged after 40 minutes of use. For this we can use the USB cable that is included in the set.

The price of this insect is $ 39.95 and there are two models to choose from.

517452737 Probamos el insecto controlado a través del iPhone de iHelicopters i-Robot
Developer: XIE Shijin
Price: free (Download application)

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