Nvidia teams up with Parrot: Project SHIELD compatibility with Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 demoed at NGPU Technology Conference this week

Project Shield is a full Android device with integrated console-grade controls, which include two analog sticks, buttons, shoulder triggers, and a D-pad. As a fully functional Android device, it was demoed today piloting the AR.Drone 2.0 with a soon-to-be-announced update version of AR.Freeflight.

The result is a fantastic flying experience, explains Patrick Beaulieu, an NVIDIAN who will

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be demonstrating the combo at GTC’s exhibit hall.

Project SHIELD’s console quality control sticks make the drone a pleasure to fly, Beaulieu says.

And by moving the controls for the device off the screen, viewers can see the unobstructed view from drone’s high-definition camera reproduced on Project SHIELD’s retina-quality 5-inch screen.

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