Fly in VR with the new plane from PowerUp

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Control paper airplanes with your phone!

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Take yourself to new heights with this paper !

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Admit it. At some point in your life, you’ve wished you could soar through the sky without a care in the world. And even though we’ve all had that wish, we never thought it would be reality. With First Person View (FPV), you’ll swear it is, and the best part it is, you don’t have to be Frank William Abagnale Jr. or go to jail for forgery when you pretend you’re a pilot for Pan Am.

PowerUp's latest plane adds a VR camera and headset to your paper airplane!The PowerUp FPV works with it's own head set or your existing ones.The PowerUp camera live streams to your phone for a drone shot or cockpit POV.

Catch me if you can

PowerUp FPV is a paper airplane drone with a live streaming camera. The virtual reality drone gives you, the pilot, an immersive flying experience, so you can view the world from up high in the sky as your co-pilot (smartphone) works the controls and you sit back, relax, and enjoy the view from your very own cockpit.

All you have to do is put your phone in the FPV headset, or your own Google Cardboard or virtual reality device, and you can control the paper plane simply by tilting your head the direction you want to veer.

PowerUp First Person View


PowerUp First Person View is a paper airplane drone with a live streaming camera that you can control by moving your head when you’re wearing the FPV VR headset.

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Welcome aboard, and enjoy your flight

You can record audio and video, capture still photos during your flight, and livestream videos, and PowerUp’s wide angle camera will catch every cool moment of your logged flying time, from what will obviously be an epic take-off to your perfectly-executed landing.

You can also control the paper plane manually using your phone…but we know you’ll always want to be in the pilot’s seat. Even if it’s not QUITE reality, it’s pretty much the next best thing.

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