Just toss it up in the air to begin.
Lily, the world’s first throw-and-shoot camera, self-maneuvers using a GPS tracker in its owner’s bracelet, soaring though the sky at speeds of up to 25 miles per hour. The Lily Camera also shoots high-quality photos and videos, fits snug in your average backpack, and doesn’t mind getting wet.
But, did we mention it takes a mean selfie?
Engineered with an accelerometer, barometer, GPS, and not one, but two lenses, the “Waterproof Selfie Drone,” as dubbed by photographer Von Wong, has stirred quite the buzz on social media for its capability to potentially revolutionize just how we snap our photos.