The Lily is a self-flying camera drone, described as the “world’s first throw-and-shoot camera”
The camera uses GPS and a tracking device to follow and record the user’s every move, whether it be skateboarding, snowboarding or kayaking.
You simply toss it into the air and let it self-stabilize, and from there, it will trail behind you, shoot from the side, or fly overhead while it captures footage in 1080p or 720p video, with up to 120 frames per second.
Lily is tethered to a GPS tracker that the user carries in their pocket or wears on their wrist. It’s also waterproof and has a flight time of over 20 minutes.
It will sell for $999 USD at retail when it releases, but is available at a steep discount for those who pre-order.