The Skyros, created by Siddharth Kambe, is an aerial camera which can be fired pneumatically up to a height of 120 feet, allowing you to get a birds-eye view of the surrounding area. You can view the images from the base launcher with the built-in sensors. The camera is built with protective rings and a tripod, and comes with different modes to meet various needs.

The rings wrap around the Skyros flying module, and the two modes and universal neutral spherical form allows the unit to communicate the direction of the launch. The aerial camera itself contains multiple lenses, image sensors, and a nano-inertial measurement unit, as well as a battery and micro-servo.

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