Parrot AR Drone stars at The Gadget Show Live

Event's opening footage is filmed using the innovative Drone from Parrot.
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The Parrot AR Drone 2.0 quadricopter has proved a popular attraction at The Gadget Show Live.

The Drone was flown in the Hub Theatre, hosted by BBC Radio One's Aled Haydn and Stuff TV's Lucy Hedges.

UK distributor Flying Toys also assisted David McCelland with his introduction to The Gadget Show Live, where the Drone was used to film the presenter, capturing footage from the pilot's iPad.

Update (April 10th, 2013): Flying Toys was also featured in O2 Guru TV's Fast Forward show video, where presenter David McClelland covered the Drone. You can watch the video below:

Furthermore, four AR Drones were flown together in tight formation using computer controlled technology, flying in time to music.

The AR Drone appeared in both the Top Tech of 2013 and Toys and Family Gaming categories where it was chosen by five judges as their Top Tech Toy on the opening day.

Selected as one of the 50 Must-See gadgets by Jason Brabury in the Gadget Show guide, the Parrot AR Drone 2.0 also featured as a Top App Toy by Peter Jenkinson of Toyology.

For more information contact David Rawlins on 01702 295 110 or visit www.flyingtoys.com

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