The Parrot Mambo is a bit more than your average minidrone, coming equipped with interchangeable grabber or mini-cannon accessories to open up your flight to more fun and hijinks.
While more expensive than many of the more basic minidrones out there, the Mambo’s accessories mean the fun will last that much longer – especially if you have a bunch of ’em.
The app warns you of the time required in fairness and advises doing the upgrade over USB will be quicker.
Still, it gives you a bit of time to paw through the instructions and familiarise yourself with the cannon and grabber accessories tucked away in the box.
Finally, you will write some code to control the drone with i Pad sensors!
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All you need to do is slide the battery into the Mambo’s main body and give it a charge through the Micro USB port on the back.It supports receiving sensor updates and sending commands based on the xml specification.Parrot SDK will help you connect, pilot, receive stream, save and download medias (photo and video), send and play autopilot flight plans and update your drone.Powered by Workbench platform, Parrot Flight School allows teachers to create, share and adapt projects to fit seamlessly into their everyday curriculum.Additionally, the minidrones can be coded directly in a web browser.
It’s a pretty standard quadcopter design and less of a departure compared to Parrot’s other Swing minidrone.