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Title:
AMPHIBIOUS VTOL SUPER DRONE CAMERA IN MOBILE CASE (PHONE CASE) WITH MULTIPLE AERIAL AND AQUATIC FLIGHT MODES FOR CAPTURING PANORAMIC VIRTUAL REALITY VIEWS, SELFIE AND INTERACTWE VIDEO
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2017/208199
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
A mobile case system is provided. The mobile case system may include a case for a control device and a headset worn by a user. The case may enclose the control device and may include an expandable body, propellers disposed in the expandable body, an antenna to receive signals from a remote device, a battery, a camera, a transceiver, a telemetry device, a processor in communication with the control device and the remote device, and a power distribution board. The processor may receive commands from the remote device and control an operation of the propellers based on the commands. The processor may send the video captured by the camera to a public database. The processor may track a position of the headset and control a viewing angle of the camera based on the position of the headset. The headset may be configured to display the captured video to the user.

Inventors:
DYLAN, Zhou (1550 G. Tiburon Blvd #639, Belvedere Tiburon, California, 94920, US)
Application Number:
IB2017/053270
Publication Date:
December 07, 2017
Filing Date:
June 02, 2017
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
ZHOU, Tiger (One Blackfield, Suite 416Tiburon, California, 94920, US)
DYLAN, Zhou (1550 G. Tiburon Blvd #639, Belvedere Tiburon, California, 94920, US)
International Classes:
B64C29/00; B64C39/02
Foreign References:
US20160286128A12016-09-29
US20160114887A12016-04-28
US20150141100A12015-05-21
CN104932527A2015-09-23
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Claims:
CLAIMS

What is claimed is:

1. A mobile case system, the mobile case system steps comprising:

a case being configured to enclose a mobile device, the case being configured in a form of an unmanned aerial vehicle, wherein the case comprises:

an expandable body;

a connector configured to connect to the mobile device, wherein the mobile device is configured to act as a control device, wherein the connector is selected from a pin connector and a plug connector;

a plurality of propellers disposed in the expandable body, the plurality of propellers including at least multi-blade ducted propellers for vertical takeoff of the unmanned aerial vehicle;

an antenna configured to receive signals from a remote device and transmit the signals to the control device;

a battery disposed in the expandable body configured to supply power at least to the propellers;

at least one camera for receding a real-time video, a realtime, view and a 360-degree panoramic video for being used for virtual reality views and interactive videos;

a transceiver configured to transmit the real-time video, the real-time view, and the 360-degree panoramic video to the remote device in a form of a high definition low latency real time video, wherein the transceiver is an ultra-high frequency device; a telemetry device configured to track a position of the case; a processor in communication with the control device and the remote device, the processor being operable to:

receive commands from the remote device, the commands being provided by a user, the commands being associated with a navigation path of the case;

based on the commands, control an operation of the plurality of propellers;

interpret at least informatio captured by the at least one camera to control the navigation path;

modify the information captured by the at least one camera to provide at least a video preview associated with the information captured by the at least one camera, a video montage s iced to music, a virtual reality view, and an interactive video; and

send at least one of the real-time video, the realtime view, the 360-degree panoramic video, the video preview, the video montage synced to music, the virtual reality view, and the interactive video to a public database, the public database being accessed by a plurality of users for viewing the information captured by the at least one camera in real-time; and

a power distribution board configured to link the plurality of propellers, the antenna, the battery, the at least one camera, the transceiver, the telemetry device, and the processor to each other; wherein the connector in configured to couple each of the plurality of propellers, the antenna, the battery, the at least one camera, the transceiver, the telemetry device, and the processor with the control device; and

a headset associated with the user and being a wearable device worn by the user, the headset being configured to display the real-time video, the real-time view, and the 360-degree panoramic video to the user;

wherein the processor is configured to track, using the telemetry device, a position of the headset of the user and to control a viewing angle of the at least one camera based on the position of the headset, the position of the headset being associated with a position of a head of the user.

2. The syste of claim 1, wherein the at least one camera is configured to: adjust one or more of the following parameters: zoom, shutter speed, aperture, focal length, depth of field, exposure compensation, white balance, video or photo frame size and orientation, camera resolution and frame rates; capture panoramic photos, capture thermal measurements, edit color correction, produce night vision images and video, produce flash; and wherein the at least one camera has one or more lens filters; wherein the at least one camera is configured to be mounted on surfaces of the expandable body a vibration free mount.

3. The system of claim 1, wherein the at least one camera is mounted on a multi-camera spherical rig, wherein the multi-camera spherical rig is mounted onto a fixed mounting device, wherein a content captured by the at least one camera is combined to create a panoramic video, wherein the headset is used by the user to view the panoramic video, wherein a viewing angle of the at least one camera is controlled by one or more of the following: head tracking, pressing arrow keys, dragging a screen of the headset and clicking and dragging a compass icon.

4. The syste of claim 1, wherein the transmitter is configured to control one or more of the following: an Ornni-directional or directional antenna, a low pass filter, a ninety degree adapter, head tracking and eye tracking, antenna tracking on a ground station or onboard.

5. The system of claim 1, wherein the telemetry device is configured to control an on screen display to inform the user of battery voltage, current draw, signal strength, minutes flown, minutes left on battery, joystick display, flight and dive mode and profile, amperage draw per unit of time, global positioning system (GPS) latitude and longitude coordinates, an operator position relative to a position of the unmanned aerial vehicle, number of GPS satellites, and artificial horizon displayed on a wearable device, the wearable device being selected from a tablet, a phone, and the headset, wherei the one way and two way telemetry device is configured to provide a follow-me mode when the unmanned aerial vehicle uses the wearable device as a virtual tether to track the user via the at least one camera when the user moves.

6. The system of claim 1, wherein the case further comprises an onboard High Definition Multimedia Input port oper ble to transmit standard definition, high definition, virtual reality, and interactive video to one or more bystanders, wherein the interactive video is broadcasted on at least one of the following: a screen, a projector, a split screen, a switch screen, and the headset.

7. The system of claim 1, wherein the headset comprises a video receiver selected from an internally housed video receiver, an externally mounted video receiver, and a separate video receiver, and an integrated camera to enable the user to see surroundings.

8. The system of claim 1, wherein the system further, comprises a collision avoidance, flight stabilization, and multi-motor control system, the collision avoidance, flight stabilization, and multi-motor control system comprising: a flight and dive control device configured to perform one or more of the following: auto level control, altitude hold, return to an operator automatically, return to the operator by manual input, operating auto- recognition camera, monitoring a circular path around a pilot, and controlling autopilot, supporting dynamic and fixed tilting arms; one or more sensors to control one or more of the following: obstacle avoidance, terrai and Geographical Informatio System mapping, close proximity flight including terrain tracing, and crash resistant indoor navigation; an autonomous take-off device; an auto-fly or dive to a destination with at least one manually or automatically generated flight plan, the auto-fly or dive to the destination by tracking monuments, a direction lock; dual operator control; wherein the antenna includes high gai antennas; the transceiver further comprising a lock mechanism operated by one or more of the following: numerical passwords, word passwords, fingerprint recognition, face recognition, eye recognition, and a physical key; and at least one electronic speed controllers (ESC) selected from a standalone ESC and an ESC integrated into the power distribution board of the unmanned aerial vehicle.

9. The system of claim 1, wherein the processor includes a flight controller, wherein the flight controller is selected from an external micro controller or an internal micro controller; and a barometer; an accelerometer; a gyroscope; a GPS; and a magnetometer.

10. The system of claim 8, wherein the flight and dive control device is configured to: perform stable transitions between a hover mode, a full forward flight mode, and an underwater mode; enable or disable a GPS; record flight parameters; allow inverted flight, aerial and aquatic rolls and flips; stabilize proportional, integral, and derivative gains above water and below water; restrict the unmanned device to fly-safe locations; receive and enact force shut-off commands associated with a manufacturer; receive software updates from the manufacturer; activate the unmanned aerial vehicle after a user inputs an arming action or an arming sequence; provide thrust compensation for body inclination by acting as a body pitch suppressor to maintain an altitude in forward flight; and compensate yaw and roll mixing when motors of the unmanned device tilt.

11. The system of claim 1, further comprising a radio control device operable to control one or more of the following: the antenna, antenna tracking on a ground station or onboard the unmanned device tilt, a low pass filter, ninety degree adapter, a detachable module for RC communication on a channel having a frequency selected from 72 MHz, 75 MHz, 433 MHz, and 1.2 GHz and 1.3 GHz, adjustable dual rates and exponential values, one or more foot pedals, a slider, a potentiometer, and a switch to transition between a flight profile and a dive profile, and wherein the radio control device is further operable to perform automatic obstacle avoidance and automatic maneuvering around an obstacle when the unmanned device performs a flight in a predetermined direction, wherein the radio control device is operable to instruct a plurality of unmanned device to follow a single subject and capture a plurality of views of the subject wherein the radio control device is controlled by stick inputs and motion gestures.

12. The system of claim 1, further comprising: a navigation device configured to: enable autonomous flying at low altitude and avoiding obstacles; evaluate and select landing sites in an unmapped terrain; land safely using a computerized self-generated approach path; enable a pilot aid to help a pilot to avoid obstacles and select landing sites in unimproved areas during operating in low-light or low-visibility conditions; detect and manoeuvre around a man lift during flying; detect high-tension wires over a desert terrain; and enable operation in a near earth obstacle rich environment; and a navigation sensor configured to map an unknown area where obstructions limited landing sites; identify level landing sites with approach paths that are accessible for evacuating a simulated casualty; build three-dimensional maps of a ground and find obstacles in a path; detect four-inch-high pallets, chain link fences, vegetation, people and objects that block a landing site; enable continuously identifying potential landing sites and develop landing approaches and abort paths; select a safe landing site being closest to a given set of coordinates; wherein the navigation sensor includes an inertial sensor and a laser scanner configured to look forward and down, wherein the navigation sensor is paired with mapping and obstacle avoidance software, the mapping and obstacle avoidance software being operable to keep a running rank of the landing sites, approaches and abort paths to enable responding to unexpected circumstances.

13. The system of claim 8, wherein the ESC are further operable to program a motor spin direction without reconnecting wires by a user via spinning a motor in a predetermined direction, and record an input.

14. The system of claim 1, wherein the system includes an ope source code and an open source software development kit.

15. The system of claim 8, wherein the one or more sensors are selected from a group comprising: individual sensors, stereo sensors, ultrasonic sensors, infrared sensors, multispectral sensors, optical flow sensors, and volatile organic compound sensors, wherein the one or more sensors are provided for intelligent positioning, collision avoidance, media capturing, surveillance, and monitoring.

16. The svstem of claim 1, wherein the unmanned aerial vehicle further comprising: a plurality of motors, wherein the battery supplies power to the plurality of motors, wherein the unmanned aerial vehicle is a Hovercraft.

17. The system of claim 1, wherein the mobile device further comprises a user interface, the user interface is adapted to control stabilization of the at least one camera, the user interface adapted to transmit and receive signals from the at least one camera, the user interface is adapted to tilt, zoom, and pan the at least one camera.

18. The system of claim 1, wherein the mobile case system further comprising a chassis, a battery, wherein the battery is coupled to the chassis, the battery adapted to supplies power to the motors.

19. The system of claim 1, wherein the battery is adapted as a power bank to the mobile phone, wherein the mobile case is adapted as a delivery drone, wherein the delivery drone is used to deliver the objects, foodpackets, gifts.

20. The system of claim 1, where in the battery is coupled by a solar panel, wherein the solar panel is adapted for solar energy conversion.

21. The system of claim 16, wherein the unmanned aerial vehicle comprises a memory unit, wherein the memory unit stores the videos and pictures captured by the at least one camera, wherein the video is recorded with a 4k resolution, the 4k resolution videos are high definition videos adapted for future video broadcasting.

22. The system of claim 16, wherein the unmanned aerial vehicle is adapted for surveillance, wherein the unmanned aerial vehicle is adapted for the user to capture selfies and user surrounding view.

23. A method of adapting and controlling a mobile case system, the method steps comprising:

receiving, an information from an antenna, wherein the antenna is coupled to the mobile case system, wherein the mobile case system comprises: a case being configured to enclose a mobile device, the case ig configured in a form of an unmanned aerial vehicle, wherein case comprises:

an expandable body;

a connector configured to connect to the mobile device, wrherein the mobile device is configured to act as a control device, wherein the connector is selected from a pin connector and a plug connector;

a plurality of propellers disposed in the expandable body, the plurality of propellers including at least multi-blade ducted propellers for vertical takeoff of the unmanned aerial vehicle;

the antenna configured to receive signals from a remote device and transmit the signals to the control device; a battery disposed in the expandable body configured to supply powrer at least to the propellers;

at least one camera for receding a real-time video, a real-time, viewr and a 360-degree panoramic video for being used for virtual reality views and interactive videos;

a transceiver configured to transmit the real-time video, the real-time view, and the 360-degree panoramic video to the remote device in a form of a high definition low latency real time video, wherein the transceiver is an ultra-high frequency device;

a telemetry device configured to track a position of the case; a processor in communication with the control device and the remote device, the processor being operable to:

receive commands from the remote device, the commands being provided by a user, the commands being associated with a navigation path of the case; based on the commands, control an operation of the plurality of propellers;

interpret at least information captured by the at least one camera to control the navigation path; modify the information captured by the at least one camera to provide at least a video preview associated with the information captured by the at least one camera, a video montage synced to music, a virtual reality view, and a interactive video; and

send at least one of the real-time video, the real-time view, the 360-degree panoramic video, the video preview, the video montage synced to music, the virtual reality view, and the interactive video to a public database, the public database being accessed by a plurality of users for viewing the information captured by the at least one camera in real-time; and a power distribution board configured to link the plurality of propellers, the antenna, the battery, the at least one camera, the transceiver, the telemetry device, and the processor to each other;

wherein the connector in configured to couple each of the plurality of propellers, the antenna, the battery, the at least one camera, the transceiver, the telemetry device, and the processor with the control device; and

a headset associated with the user and being a wearable device worn by the user, the headset being configured to display the real-time video, the real-time view, and the 360-degree panoramic video to the user;

wherein the processor is configured to track, using the telemetry device, a position of the headset of the user and to control a viewing angle of the at least one camera based on the position of the headset, the position of the headset being associated with a position of a head of the user;

sending, a command to the control device enclosed in the case of the mobile case system, from the remote device; and

storing, a plurality of images and a plurality of videos in a memory unit.

24. The method claim 23, wherein the remote device further comprises a user interface, a transceiver, the user interface displays the information received from the antenna of the unmanned aerial vehicle.

25. The method claim 24, wherein the command from the user is received via the user interface and is transmitted to the control device through the transceiver.

26. The method claim 24, wherein the user interface displays battery information.

27. The method claim 24, wherein the user interface controls stabilization of the at least one camera.

28. The method claim 23, wherein the remote device includes a mobile device, wherein the mobile device is selected from a group comprising: a smart phone, a tablet,, and a head mounted display, wherein the head mounted device is an augmented reality wearable device.

29. The method claim 23, wTherein the user interface is a software, wherein the user interface is an application on the remote device.

Description:
AMPHIBIOUS VTOL SUPER DRONE CAMERA IN MOBILE CASE (PHONE CASE) WITH MULTIPLE AERIAL AND AQUATIC FLIGHT MODES FOR CAPTURING PANORAMIC VIRTUAL REALITY VIEWS,

SELFIE AND INTERACTWE VIDEO

FIELD OF INVENTION

[0001] The present invention relates a phone case. More specifically, the present invention relates to phone case which has a drone and a camera in the phone case.

BACKGROUND OF INVENTION

[0002] The conventional phone case usually meant for protecting the phone.

OBJECT OF INVENTION

[0003] The objective of the present invention to utilize a drone and a camera in the phone case and helping the user to capture videos.

SUMMARY

[0004] This summary is provided to introduce a selection of concepts in a simplified form that are further described below in the Detailed Description, This summary is not intended to identify key features or essential features of the claimed subject matter, nor is it intended to be used as an aid in determining the scope of the claimed subject matter,

[0005] A mobile case system, the system comprising: a real time broad cast stream recording; an unmanned aerial vehicle; a camera stabilization device; a camera movement device configured move the camera; one or more on board cameras for providing a realtime first-person video and a real-time first-person view and normal footage video recording and 360-degree panoramic video recording used for virtual reality views and interactive video; a video transmitter and receiver device configured to perform high definition low latency real time video downlink, wherein the video transmitter and receiver device is a high power, high gain, and ultrahigh frequency device; a one way and two way telemetry device; a live broadcast device; a headset configured to enable the real-time first-person video and a real-time first-person view; a public database for viewing flight or dive activity; plurality of software for licensing videos with a watermarked preview; software for autonomously extracting usable footage and compiling the usable footage into a video montage synced to music; Onboard or separate software for stitching photos to form a modified photo; and on board or separate software for stitching videos to form virtual reality views or interactive video, a battery , the battery is used as power bank , a memory unit, the memory unit is used as On the go for the mobile phone. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DRAWINGS

[0006] FIG. 1 is a close up of the isometric view of the first example of the present invention.

[0007] FIG. 2 is a close up of the front view of the first example of the present invention.

[0008] FIG. 3 is a close up of the back view of the first example of the present invention.

[0009] FIG. 4 is a close up of the right view of the first example of the present invention.

[0010] FIG. 5 is a close up of the left view of the first example of the present invention.

[0011] FIG. 6 is a close up of the top view of the first example of the present invention.

[0012] FIG. 7 is a close up of the bottom view of the first example of the present invention.

[0013] FIG. 8 is a close up of the isometric view of the second example of the present invention.

[0014] FIG. 9 is a close up of the isometric view of the third example of the present invention.

[0015] FIG. 10 is a close up of the isometric view of the fourth example of the present invention.

[0016] FIG. 11 is a close up of the isometric vie of the fifth example of the present invention.

[0017] FIG. 12 is a close up of the front view of the fifth example of the present invention.

[0018] FIG. 13 is a close up of the back view of the fifth example of the present invention.

[0019] FIG. 14 is a close up of the top vie of the fifth example of the present invention.

[0020] FIG. 15 is a close up of the bottom view of the fifth example of the present invention.

[0021] FIG. 16 is a close up of the isometric view of the sixth example of the present invention

[0022] FIG. 17 is a close up of the isometric view of the seventh example of the present i vention

[0023] FIG. 18 is a close up of the isometric view of the eighth example of the present invention

[0024] FIG. 19 is a close up of the isometric view of the ninth example of the present invention.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF INVENTION

[0025] All illustrations of the drawings are for the purpose of describing selected versions of the present invention and are not intended to limit the scope of the present invention.

[0026] Referring now to the drawings, FIG. 1 illustrates a mobile case lQQ,an unmanned aerial device 105, according to an example embodiment. The unmanned vehicle 105 also referred herein to as the drone 105 may be used for photography and video capturing.

[0027] As show o FIG. 1 the unmanned device may be single axis or coaxial motor system and may be propelled by a direct drive, for example when propellers 120 are directly attached to a motor, or by belts and pulleys, chains and sprockets, magnets, and/or rigid links, where the propellers 120 may be indirectly linked to the motor shaft. The motors may be powered by electricity or high pressure fluid, including gas.

[0028] The device 100 may further include a tilt fuselage device, a tilt wing device, and a tilt motor device. Additionally, the device 100 may include a battery. The shape of the battery may conform to the interior shape of the device 100 to maximize the use of the internal volume of the device 100. The device 100 may include through-wail wire and antenna feedthroughs which may be sealed to prevent water leakage. The two-way telemetry transmitter may send GPS coordinates back to the operator in the case of the device 100 is lost. Referring back to FIG. 1, the device 100 may include a cooling system. The cooling system may be selected from ventilation cooling units, heat sink cooling units, liquid cooling units, and fan cooling units. The device 100 may further include a detachable skin or shell for impact absorption and scratch protection. Furthermore, device 100 may include lights for clear camera vision or lights for signalling, such as for the reception of a command, warning messages, and/or status reports. I case the device 100 is a multimotor vehicle, the device 100 may utilize a lap counter that may function by communication between a sensor and an on board transponder. The multimotor vehicle may utilize a quick connect payload system which may operate by a click in place, snap in place, screw in place, or slide in place mechanism. The device 100 may comprise at least one claw for grasping instruments used to observe or capture specimens, handle specimens, and transportation. The device 100 may comprise an inclined launching platform. In example embodiments, device 100 may be launched at an obtuse angle to the ground for expedient take-off.

[0029] The device 100 may further include a deployable parachute i case of the failure of the device 100 when airborne.

[0030] The multimotor vehicle may include devices for internally housing or externally attaching a payload of goods. As an example of an externally housed payload, the device 100 may comprise a motorized or pressurized latch mechanism attached onto the payload or payload housing for an impermanent time period. As an example of an internally housed payload, the device 100 may comprise an empty internal storage area that may be accessed by a motorized or pressurized hatch. The payload may be left at the destination by ways involving the device 100 to descend to an altitude below 15 feet. The payload may also be left at the destinatio by a free fall parachute or a guided parachute.

[0031] The device 100 may further include an integrated modular electronics system that may include a central flight control component (including sensors and control parameters), electronic speed controllers, a power distribution harness or board, a telemetry module, a radio control receiver, and a video transmitter. The power distribution board may serve as the platform upon which the other electronics components may be linked to each other and the power distributio board by numerous pins, soldering connections, and a minimal amount of wires. The various components may be arranged to compact within a single board that can be serviced with hardware updates. Individual electronics components may be substituted if broken or outdated, simply by disordering a one part solder connection or detaching a two part pin connectio or plug connection.

[0032] In another example embodiment, increased battery 130 capacity may be desired for endurance flights. The sw r appable hatches may accommodate a battery 130 within a waterproof shell, and may be substituted with the hatch to fasten the described dual purpose battery hatch-module.

[0033] The device 100 may further include a radio control and video systems that may run on different very high frequency (30-300 MHz), ultrahigh frequency (300 MHz-3 GHz), or super high frequency (3-30 GHz) channels. The very high and ultra-high frequency categories offer the best obstacle penetration and may be used with high gain (10-30 dBic) antennas and high power (800 mw-10 w) transmitter/receiver sets for wireless underwater communication and long range aerial communication.

[0034] The device 100 may include onboard or separate media editing systems for virtual reality views, interactive video, or stitched photos. If the onboard media editing systems are used, a transformed footage may be downlinked to the operator in real time with low latency. When low latency footage cannot be achieved, the onboard media editing systems may transform the media before or shortly after landing. If onboard media editing systems are not implemented, post-capture media editing methods may be applied.

[0035] In an example embodiment, the plurality of motors 115 and propellers 120 may include ducted propellers 120, such as multi-blade ducted fans, fixed pitch propellers, controllable pitch propellers, two- position propellers 120, full feathering propellers 120, and tilted propellers 120.

[0036] In a further example embodiment, the plurality of motors 115 and propellers 120 may include two motors 115 and propellers 120, three motors 115 and propellers 120, four motors 115 and propellers 120, five motors 115 and propellers 120, and six motorsllS and propellers. In an example embodiment, at least one of the plurality of motors 115 and propellers 120 is located on a foldable wing, the foldable wing folding in a ground mode and unfolding in a flight mode.

[0037] In a further embodiment, the motor 115 may be a solar turbine powered master impeller motor disposed centrally in the device 100. The solar turbine powered master impeller motor may include an electric-drive impeller. The electric-drive impeller may be contained in a compression chamber and may have an axis of rotation oriented perpendicularly to an axis of the device 100. The solar turbine powered master impeller motor 115 may be powered by a solar film. The solar film may be integrated on an upper surface of the device, a lower surface of the device 100, and the at least one wing of the device. The solar turbine powered master impeller motor 115 may be further pow d ered by the electrical pow r er storage device.

[0038] A further example embodiment, according to which the device 100 may have a propeller protection system. The propeller protection system may include a wing tip folding mechanism.

[0039] The propeller protection system may fully or partially surrounds any type of propellers, such as self-tightening fixed pitch propellers and variable pitch propellers.

[0040] In further example embodiments, the device 100 may include a surface skidding material platform and a landing system. The landing system may conform to a landing surface. Additionally, the device 100 may include one or more control surfaces selected from a group comprising: a rudder, an aileron, a flap, and elevator. The device 100 may be operable to perform an automatic landing and an automatic takeoff.

[0041] In an example embodiment, the device 100 further includes a ballast. The ballast may be a permanently fixed ballast or a detachable ballast. Additionally, the device 100 may include an onboard air compressor, an onboard electrolysis system, at least one waterproof through-body wire or antenna feed-through.

[0042] In an example embodiment, the device 100 may further include a battery 130. A shape of the battery 130 may conform to an interior profile of the modular and expandable waterproof body 125. The battery 130 may be a lithium ion polymer (Li-Po or Li-Poly) battery that conforms to the interior profile, and includes a built-in battery charge indicator.

[0043] In another embodiment the battery 130 is used a power bank for a mobile device, the battery 130 is coupled to the solar panel which converts the solar energy and stores in the battery 130.

[0044] In a further example embodiment, the device 100 may include a Global Positioning System (GPS) module, a lost model alert, a cooling device, such as a heat sink, a fan, or a duct, a detachable impact absorbing skin or shell, vision aiding and orientated lights, such as light emitting diodes, one or more hatches, quick connect payloacls, a lap counter for racing, a flat or inclined launch platform or footing, one or more claws with at least one degree of freedom, an apparatus for externally attaching a cargo and internally housing the cargo, a charging station for multiple batteries. Therefore, the device 100 may serve as a vehicle for carrying people or cargos. In further example embodiments, the device 100 may be configured as one of the following: an autonomous vehicle, a multi-blade ducted fan readable electric aircraft, an unscrewed vehicle, a driverless car, a self- driving car, an unmanned aerial vehicle, a drone, a robotic car, a commercial goods and passenger carrying vehicle, a private self-drive vehicle, a family vehicle, a military vehicle, and a law enforcement vehicle.

[0045] The device 100 may be configured to sense environmental conditions, navigate without human input, and perform autopiloting. The sensing of the environmental conditions may be performed via one or more of the following: a radar, a lidar, the GPS module, and a computer vision module. The processor of the device 100 may be operable to interpret sensory information to identify navigation paths, obstacles, and signage. The autonomous vehicle may be also operable to update maps based on sensory input to keep track of a position when conditions change or when uncharted environments are entered.

[0046] The multi-blade ducted fan readable electric car may be propelled by one or more electric motors using electrical energy stored in the electrical pow T er storage device.

[0047] The storage device is used a on the go for the said mobile device, in another embodiment it is used as usb for the mobile phone, in another embodiment it is used for storing the images captured by the camera 110.

[0048] In a further example embodiment, the device 100 may include one or more modules attached to the modular and expandable waterproof body 125. The one or more modules may include a waterproof battery module, a turbine, a solar panel, a claw, a camera stabilizatio device, a thermal inspection device, an environmental sample processor, a seismometer, a spectrometer, an osmo sampler, a night vision device, a hollow waterproof module for upgrades, third party gear, and hardware upgrades.

[0049] In a further example embodiment, the battery 130 may be partially or completely modular. The electronic speed controllers may be configured to detach from an electronic speed controller stack. The video transmitter and the radio control receiver may be removable for upgrade. The onscreen display telemetry device may be removable for upgrade. The plurality of motors may be removable for upgrade. The flight controller may be configured to detach from the power distribution board.

[0050] The cameras 110 for capturing panoramic views may be mounted on a multi-camera spherical rig. The multi-camera spherical rig may be mounted onto a camera stabilization device or a fixed mounting device. A content captured by the cameras may be combined to create a panoramic video.

[0051] The device 100 is used to record the videos in 4k resolution, the recorded 4k resolution can adapted for live streaming and broadcasting, the videos can be recorded at different resolutions, the resolutions can be adjusted by a user from the mobile device.

[0052] The device 100 is adapted for taking the selfies and aerial view of the user using the device.

[0053] Furthermore, the video transmitter and receiver device of the system may be configured to control one or more of the following: an omnidirectional or directional antenna, a low pass filter, a ninety degree adapter, head tracking and eye tracking to manipulate movement of the camera stabilization device for video capture or live playback, antenna tracking on the ground station or onboard.

[0054] In an example embodiment, the live broadcast device may include an onboard High Definition Multimedia Input port operable to transmit standard definition, high definition, virtual reality, and interactive video to one or more bystanders. The interactive video may be broadcasted on at least one of the following: a screen, a projector, a split screen, a switch screen, and the headset. The live broadcast device may further comprise an aerial, ground, and marine vehicle for filming the unmanned device.

[0055] The present disclosure also refers to a collision avoidance, flight stabilization, and multi-rotor control system for an unmanned device. The system may be configured as a flying car and may include a flight and dive control device configured to perform one or more of the following: auto level control, altitude hold, return to an operator automatically, return to the operator by manual input, operating auto-recognition camera, monitoring a circular path around a pilot, and controlling autopilot, supporting dynamic and fixed tilting arms. The system may further include one or more sensors and one or more cameras configured to control one or more of the following: obstacle avoidance, terrain and Geographical Information System mapping. close proximity flight including terrain tracing, and crash resistant indoor navigation. The system may additionally include an autonomous takeoff device, an auto-fly or dive to a destination with at least one manually or automatically generated flight plan, an auto-fly or dive to the destination by tracking monuments, a direction lock, a dual operator control device, a transmitter and receiver control device. The transmitter and receiver control device may include one or more antennas. The antennas may be high gain antennas. The transmitter and receiver control device may further include a lock mechanism operated by one or more of the following: numerical passwords, word passwords, fingerprint recognition, face recognition, eye recognition, and a physical key. The system may further include at least one electronic speed controllers (ESC) selected from a standalone ESC and an ESC integrated into a power distribution board of the unmanned device. The ESC may be operable to program a motor spin direction without reconnecting wires by the user via spinning a motor in a predetermined direction, and record an input.

[0056] The device 100 is attached to a mobile device wherein the mobile device is a smart phone, the mobile device is tablet, wherein the mobile device is augmented reality head mounted display, the head mounted display the augmented reality of the fight control and camera pictures, the battery status in the head mounted display.

[0057] The device 100, is coupled with a mobile application wherein the mobile application is used to control the unmanned vehicle.

[0058] In another embodiment the application consists of a user interface wherein the user interface receives the information regarding the camera and the flight conditions of the unmanned vehicle. [0059] In another embodiment, the user interface display the first person view and images captured b the device.

[0060] In another embodiment, the UI display the available battery present and altitude and manuveours of the unmanned vehicle.

[0061] The system may further include a radio control device operable to control an omnidirectional or directional antenna, antenna tracking on a ground station or onboard the unmanned device tilt, a low- pass filter, ninety degree adapter, a detachable module for RC communication o a channel having a frequency selected from 72 MHz, 75 MHz, 433 MHz, and 1.2/1.3 GHz, adjustable dual rates and exponential values, at least one dial or joystick for controlling the movement of a camera stabilization device, one or more foot pedals, a slider, a potentiometer, and a switch to transition between a flight profile and a dive profile. The radio control device may be controlled by stick inputs and motion gestures. In further embodiments, the radio control device may be further operable to perform automatic obstacle avoidance and automatic manoeuvring around an obstacle when the unmanned device performs a flight in a predetermined direction. For example, when the user wants the unmanned device to fly forwards through obstacles, such as frees, the user needs only to signal the unmanned device to go forwards, and the unmanned device may autonomously dodge through the obstacles. Additionally, the radio control device may be operable to turn on a swarm fol low-me function by instructing a plurality of unmanned devices to follow a single subject and capture a plurality of views of the subject, where different unmanned devices capture different views of the same subject.

[0062] In further example embodiments, the system may further include a navigation device. The navigation device may be configured to enable autonomous flying at low altitude and avoiding obstacles, evaluate and select landing sites in an unmapped terrain, and land safely using a computerized self-generated approach path. Furthermore, the system may be configured to enable a pilot aid to help a pilot to avoid obstacles, such as power lines, and select landing sites in unimproved areas, such as emergency scenes, during operating in low-light or low-visibility conditions. Furthermore, the system may be configured to detect and maneuver around a man lift during flying, detect high-tension wires over a desert terrain, and enable operation in a near earth obstacle rich environment, The system may also include a navigation sensor configured to map an unknown area where obstructions limited landing sites and identify level landing sites with approach paths that are accessible for evacuating a simulated casualty. The navigation sensor may be configured to build three-dimensional maps of a ground and find obstacles in a path, detect four -inch- high pallets, chain link fences, vegetation, people and objects that block a landing site, enable continuously identifying potential landing sites and develop landing approaches and abort paths. Additionally, the navigation sensor may be configured to select a safe landing site being closest to a given set of coordinates. The navigation sensor may include an inertial sensor and a laser scanner configured to look forward and down. The navigation sensor may be paired with mapping and obstacle avoidance software, the mapping and obstacle avoidance software may be operable to keep a running rank of the landing sites, approaches and abort paths to enable responding to unexpected circumstances. Additionally, the unmanned device may include a light detection and ranging !idar and an ultrasonic radar sensor. [0063] Another embodiment, the device is used for aerial transportation of device to smaller distance, the unmanned aerial vehicle is a delivery drone, the delivery drone is adapted for to transport packages, food or other goods, the drone can transport medicines and vaccines, and retrieve medical samples, into and out of remote or otherwise inaccessible regions. The drone rapidly deliver defibrillators in the crucial few minutes after cardiac arrests, and include livestream communication capability allowing paramedics to remotely observe and instruct on- scene individuals in how to use the defibrillators.

[0064] Thus, various embodiments of the devices are described.

Although embodiments have been described with reference to specific example embodiments, it will be evident that various modifications and changes may be made to these embodiments without departing from the broader spirit and scope of the system and method described herein. Accordingly, the specification and drawings are to be regarded in an illustrative rather than a restrictive sense.