Memery launches a new drone video app called Dragonfly
|Richard Harris in Apps Tuesday, June 27, 2017|
A provider of location based video apps releases new mobile app for drone video users.
Available now on the App Store the launch kicks off the Try Dragonfly in July promotional event. For the next month Dragonfly has special pricing that allows new users to lock in up to 50% off the cost of premium backup and storage packages, a sweepstakes to win a new DJI Spark, and video contests for prizes including a DJI Mavic, DJI Goggles, and terabytes of free storage.
The advent of affordable, gesture-controlled drones has exploded the consumer drone community into the millions, but management and enjoyment of drone video remains out of reach to the average person. Point solutions such as mobile editing apps, storage appliances, and cloud-based file syncing services create a disjointed, frustrating and expensive experience. Dragonfly is the first and only app that provides a complete solution that can be used by everyone.
Dragonfly transfers video from a drone to a phone immediately after its flight without removing the memory card. The phone then transfers this video to the cloud in the background the next time it connects to WiFi.
- Automatic organization of video on the map and in filtered galleries
- Engaging emotion reactions to highlight important moments with no editing
- Automatic video mixes easily shared to social media, text, or saved to the phone
- Permanent backup and disaster recovery
- Transcoding of video for mobile viewing and sharing
- Original high resolution files available for editing or streaming to a television
- A web based uploader for rapid transfer of existing collections to the Dragonfly Cloud
"With the introduction of industry leading products like the DJI Spark, cutting edge drone technology is now available to the rest of us," said Chris Morace, cofounder and CEO of Memery. "This has created a tremendous demand for a simple way to easily organize and enjoy drone video. Dragonfly offers a gorgeous experience and unprecedented ease of use-if you know how to plug in your phone and launch an app then you're ready to go."
Concurrent with the release of Dragonfly, Memery has added former DJI executive Darren Liccardo to its advisory board. For the last 3 years Darren has run DJl's innovation team in Palo Alto. Prior to that he was at Tesla Motors, where he was the electric car company's director of autopilot engineering. As location based video is being created by an increasing number of devices beyond the phone, Darren will use his deep background in sensors and robotics to guide Memery's strategy to make the enjoyment of this video simple.
"Memery has dearly seen a future where we have many devices that are capturing our lives in new and innovative ways. I'm excited to help them in their mission to make the organization and enjoyment of video easy for everyone," said Liccardo.
Are you paying more taxes than you have to as a developer or freelancer? The IRS is certainly not going to tell you about a deduction you failed to take, and your accountant is not likely to take the time to ask you about every deduction you’re entitled to. As former IRS Commissioner Mark Everson admitted, “If you don’t claim it, you don’t get it.
Get hands-on experience in performing simple to complex mobile forensics techniques Retrieve and analyze data stored not only on mobile devices but also through the cloud and other connected mediums A practical guide to leveraging the power of mobile forensics on popular mobile platforms with lots of tips, tricks, and caveats.
Write and run code every step of the way, using Android Studio to create apps that integrate with other apps, download and display pictures from the web, play sounds, and more. Each chapter and app has been designed and tested to provide the knowledge and experience you need to get started in Android development.