Wearable Nixie drone wins $500,00 at Intel Make it Wearable competition

Drone Nixie Flyable & Wearable Camera quadcopter

A month ago we acquainted you with Nixie which is a wearable drone that sits right on your wrist. Right at that moment we knew that this wearable drone quadcopter is something special and deserves the accolades for its functionality and design. Now, the fact is confirmed as Nixie drone has won the Intel Make it Wearable competition, sweeping the grand prize of $500,000 at a function held in San Francisco. Nixie drone is primarily targeted for adventure seekers who like to take that perfect selfie or shoot amazing video footage of themselves amid intense action.

Nixie drone sits on the user’s wrist just like a wristband and when the need arises, the user can initiate the drone mode. After that the drone flies and captures photos or videos.

Nixie drone quadcopter Intel Make it Wearable winner

The second place is gobbled-up by Open Bionics 3D printed prosthetic robotic hand and third place went to Proglove smart tool.

Open Bionics 3D printed prosthetic robotic hand

Proglove smart tool

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