Encased in a protective plastic cage to ensure its propellers don’t get damaged, this softball-sized drone looks more like a spare part to a nuclear reactor. Fire it up, though, and it quickly becomes one of the most unique — and kid friendly — drones around. Instead of using a standard joystick or phone, the rechargeable Supernova is controlled by hand motions. Wave your hands, and it will move up, down, right, left, and perform corkscrews and other exciting tricks. Even better, mastering the hand movements brings the satisfaction of learning a new language.
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