Are you interested in seeing the brand new DJI Phantom 4 in action? Then check out the video below, provided by the Wall Street Journal.
DJI’s New Drone Oustmarts Bad Pilots
The new Phantom 4 drone from DJI keeps pilots from getting into crashes with computer vision that can sense and avoid obstacles including trees, buildings and people. WSJ Personal Tech columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler takes it for a test flight, including a head-on game of chicken.
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