LetsGoDigital was quick to spot Vivo’s patent. Read more
LetsGoDigital was quick to spot Vivo’s patent. A drawing found in the archives depicts a little compartment on the smartphone’s top edge where the distinguishable camera may slip in and out.
This camera includes four propellers, a battery compartment for solo flying, and a two-sensor camera system, with one sensor taking the front aerial view and the other filming underneath. Infrared sensors placed in the camera module’s borders will help prevent collisions. The camera system inside the smartphone can fall out completely from the housing, together with the mounting bracket, according to the patent.
There are various location factors that Vivo must consider, such as the fact that the lightweight and minimal flying camera may be more susceptible to wind unevenness, resulting in an excessively unsteady and questionable film.
For copyright considerations, most OEMs file patents well before releasing a smartphone. A couple of patents aren’t worth much, and this could result in a similar predetermination. Vivo might include a stabilizing gimbal device into the cameras to provide less shaky footage, even if the impact would be limited.Regardless of whether this is true or not, expect a significant delay.