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Fleye Personal Flying Robot

The main innovation of Fleye is its unique spherical design, where all moving parts are fully shielded. This means that you can hold, touch, push, and bump into Fleye without any risks of injuring yourself and others. It also means that Fleye will be more robust when bumping into something.

Fleye wasn't decided for a specific application, but it does come with a 1080p 30fps video camera and is open-source so developers can play with it.

Fleye is currently on Kickstarter and hopes to ship in 2016 for $1,365.

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