As much as flying remote control toys give kids the freedom to navigate the skies, learning how to successfully operate the system can pose a challenge—this is not an issue for the all-new SpinMaster Supernova, which boasts simple, intuitive and gesture-based controls.
The Air Hogs Supernova that was introduced at the New York Toy Fair is set to offer an easy way for kids to manipulate the flying toy with their hands, or potentially even their feet. The flying drone toy boasts five motion sensors and reacts to one's body movements in order to change direction up and down, as well as side to side.
As the remote control system can turn into an obstacle of play, this toy offers an experience that will be easy for kids to pick up, as well as teach to their peers.
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The SpinMaster Supernova Does Away with the Remote Control System
1. Gesture-controlled Toys - The SpinMaster Supernova revolutionizes remote control toys with intuitive gesture-based controls.
2. Sensor Technology - The use of motion sensors opens up new possibilities for interactive and immersive play experiences.
3. Hands-free Interaction - Toys like the Supernova allow children to manipulate and control devices without the need for traditional remote control systems.
1. Toy Industry - The toy industry can explore the incorporation of gesture-controlled technology into their product offerings to enhance play experiences.
2. Drone Industry - The drone industry can utilize sensor technology to develop more intuitive and user-friendly flying devices.
3. Education Industry - Incorporating gesture-controlled toys into educational settings can enhance interactive learning experiences.