From Tech Crunch:
Those annoyed with the selfie stick trend should batten down the hatches, as the quest for better self-portraits is only going to get weirder.
As the technology that lets professional drones capture beautiful shots from algorithmically-determined angles trickles down to more reasonably-priced consumer gadgets, it’s not hard to envision a family buying a drone to capture photos and video at gatherings so no one has to be left out by holding the camera.
That’s the market Lily is going after, and it’s building a family-friendly gadget and brand to reach them. Its logo resembles a smiling emoji, and that same logo on the drone itself gives them impression that the little hovering pod is happy to be with you.
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