- Bring your favorite blast from the past to the present when you turn your paper airplane into a Remote-controlled flying machine!
- This multiple award-winning conversion kit features a crash-resistant design and will give your paper plane a massive 180 ft (55M) range - truly a gravity-defying experience.
- Equipped with Bluetooth Smart technology, you can control your plane with your smartphone through the power up app (iOS/Android compatible, check PowerUp website for more details)
- Simple controls are fun for all ages: tilt smartphone/tablet from right to left to maneuver and use the throttle lever on the app to Ascend and descend
- Features battery level, charging status and range indicators plus an air traffic control attribute. New features! for easy on-boarding - boost - Nitro for extra power, in app flight Academy, free template downloads, gesture control and game-pad controls
PowerUp 3.0 durable, crash proof design makes it an easier
and more enjoyable option to traditional, bulky and battery intensive remote
control helicopters and planes. The PowerUp 3.0 Bluetooth, Smart Module
transforms ordinary paper planes into motorized machines, controllable
directly from your smartphone. Its also an educational experience PowerUp
3.0 meshes origami, physics and incorporates all the components of STEAM,
(Science, Tech, Engineering, Art, Math). This unique combination allows for
schools and teachers to educate students on the basic principles of flight,
aerodynamics, and lift. With 180 feet/ 55 meter range, and 10 minutes of
flight time capability, PowerUp 3.0 is the first choice in flight. From the
Manufacturer $1,232,612 raised with 21,412 backers. Features Crash-proof
design | 10 min. flight on a charge | 180 feet range | FlightAssist TM
technology. The App Bluetooth SMART seamless connection | beginner and
advanced modes | Precision turning with responsive motion | iOS and Android
friendly. Fold it Fold a sheet of paper into a paper airplane. Connect it
Attach the Smart Module to your paper airplane Fly it Tilt your smartphone to
steer and increase or reduce throttle to go up or down.