Taking selfies with drones isn't new, but figuring out the best way to get those drones to follow their masters is something still being explored. That's where the comes in.
The Fotokite Phi is a lightweight drone that features a handy leash attachment. The idea, of course, is that users can lead the thing around in much the same way as one might control a pet. All it takes is a twist of the wrist to manipulate the flight of the drone via hand gestures.
Even better: In an ingenious storage solution, the whole thing comes folded up inside a tube. The drone has soft-bladed propellers and also features a chassis designed to carry a GoPro camera for capturing all those gorgeous images of whatever important thing you're doing.
The company is currently taking , but those not wanting to wait could always drop some cash on the already-released Fotokite Pro instead. They ask potential buyers to them for a quote, but the Phi is being ordered at around $300, so it's probably safe to assume somewhere in that ballpark.
Update: A Fotokite representative ed us to let us know the Pro is a much more robust machine meant for the likes of broadcast journalists, and as such it costs around $10,000.