Drones are popular little toys, but they’re not the easiest things to control. While hand gestures may not change that too much, donning a HoloLens and flying a physical object with a wave of your hand at least makes the process feel a lot more like a telekinesis.
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BitCraze, creators of an open-source platform for drone control, made it possible to use the Microsoft HoloLens to track hand gestures to remotely pilot a flier. While it doesn’t work terribly well just yet, you can see the potential in the video above.

With less lag and more precision, this could make for a far more… more

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