TRNDlabs, a company that launches drone Conveyor released a movie the other day announcing the market introduction of Pokédrone.
Pokedrone role would obviously be catching Pokemon creatures from the game in the most difficult areas for the players entered.
They have already made dozens of tests and game syncs perfectly with the drone’s GPS location so that game enthusiasts to be able to play remotely. Pokedrone has options but automatic landing and take-off so as to focus only player in the game.
However, according to the verbs are a few small problems.
- Selling a product with the word “poké” in the name, which I’m pretty sure Nintendo would have some legal issues with. (TRNDlabs views this as a “less urgent” concern at this point in time).
- The drone claims to work by spoofing the GPS input from the iPhone to the Pokémon Go app with the drone’s GPS signal, which is not possible to do without jailbreaking your iPhone or using Apple’s dev tools.
- Spoofing GPS is against the spirit of the game and my editor, Paul Miller, only approves of it in the case of stunts and Twitch Plays Pokémon Go. (It’s also probably against the terms of service of the game and would probably get you banned.)
- The video depicts using the camera input of the drone with Pokémon Go‘s AR mode, which is also not possible to do without jailbreaking your iPhone or using Apple’s dev tools.
TRNDlabs actively working to drone and hopes to send for training with her soon.