BlueDrone is the Android-Controlled R/C Car of Your (And Our) Dreams

The uses of Android truly have no boundaries. Just take a look at the Kickstarter project, “BlueDrone”. This start-up uses an Android application to control the BlueDrone R/C car. Stephen Mark, the creator of BlueDrone, explains:

Just pair the BlueDrone vehicle to your android smartphone or tablet, launch the custom app, and you are ready to go.  Features standard controls using the touchscreen, or even use the accelerometer as a steering wheel to drive.  All this at a great price.

As of now, BlueDrone needs $197,786 in pledges by August 14th for the project to become funded. So, if you’re interested, you can order a BlueDrone R/C car for $59 (the Android app is free) from here. Anyone planning to pick one of these up? a BlueDrone R/C car would make a great birthday present for someone. Sound off in the comments, or on our Facebook Wall!

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  1. Sheldon McGee
    July 20, 19:15 Reply

    Most the RC stuff I saw at Google I/O had a significant delay. I would LOVE to get one of these . . . but how responsive are they?

  2. Work4crown
    July 20, 20:02 Reply

    Man….almost. What I WANT it an Android robot that is remotely controlled by my Android phone. It should be about 3″ to 4″ tall so I can keep it on my desk at work. Eyes should light up, it should roll on wheels and be able to steer. Arms should move up and down. Head should be able to turn.

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