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Spy on your neighbours with a surveillance camera mounted on a mechanical eagle

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Powered by the Sun and controlled by your iPhone, the RC Eagle from Thumbs-Up is an inspirational and yet geeky way to roam the skies and investigate your neighbourhood from a birds-eye view.

With solar panels on its wings, a camera embedded in its right eye and a GPS tracker in its left, the RC Eagle from Thumbs-Up live-streams video content straight to your iPhone or PC.

Thumbs-Up, the makers of all sorts of weird gadgets, think they're onto a winner here:

"As for controlling the RC Eagle i, it'll work with your PC, Apple iPad or iPhone - simply download the free "Bird's i" App and transform your device into an all-seeing remote control roving eye! In terms of remote control range, the RC Eagle i is designed to be fully compatible with National Wi-Fi networks, allowing you to pilot your precarious bird of prey hundreds of miles away, virtually anywhere in the UK".

Launch the eagle out of your bedroom window, control it from your armchair and keep up to date with what's going on around the city. An iPhone accessory that's much more exciting than a set of speakers. Perhaps not quite as great as strapping a live camera onto a real eagle, but you don't need to feed this bird of prey or take it to the vet - it just needs to be plugged into the mains every so often.

The RC Eagle on Thumbs-Up

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  • Addison at uk cctv systems

    As brilliant and intelligent as this idea may be, I really do have my doubts that it wouldn't work to well and we could have thousands of mechanical eagles dropping from the skies!

  • Does the bird flap to stay in the air? If so would that not seriously distort the images being sent back to whatever device you are using to view the vid?

  • A spy camera inside an eagle sounds like the coolest thing ever. By the look of the design it doesn't look like it would fly too well though. I can imagine a slight gust of wind sending it into a tree or crashing it into the ground.

  • A spy camera inside an eagle sounds like the coolest thing ever. By the look of the design it doesn't look like it would fly too well though. I can imagine a slight gust of wind sending it into a tree or crashing it into the ground.

  • Cool! So it's not only me using spy mechanical birds...lol

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