A drone and virtual reality filming kit made by GoPro
Nick Woodman made an official declaration at the Code Conference in California that a remote-controlled aircraft is employed as an action camera for his firm. He also displayed a new kit that also helped in capturing video footage for the virtual reality helmets. A person that watched the move stated that GoPro’s took into the drones could be seen very significantly. GoPro has turn to be so dominant due to its action brand. The firm also had to face risk from other drone manufacturers so they may become partners with the other camera makers instead of supporting them. The best seller of the Commercial drone maker, China’s DJI has also limited its sales. Mr Woodman further revealed said that they had planned to release the GoPro drone in the first half of 2016 but could not be done due to several reasons.
He said that when he was a kid, he was too geeky and he took some time to realise how to fly things. He also said that he is surprised to see how the consumers have acknowledged the quadcopters without any difficulty. Quads as well as GoPro seems to be a perfect combination that facilitates people to capture the professional quality of content and enables to perceive themselves as if they are in a movie. Drones can be one of the fastest growing sectors of electronics. As per the reports of the U.S. Consumer Electronics Association, the market of drone consumers was $84m last year and the very same is expected to be $300m by the year 2018.