WATCH: Anand Mahindra Is Really Excited About This Incredible 'drone Umbrella', Netizens Want One

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As India gets ready for monsoon season, Anand Mahindra shares a rather unique and cool video of a "DroneBrella — The self-flying umbrella" on his Twitter handle.

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:

As India gets ready for monsoon season, Anand Mahindra shares a rather unique and cool video of a "DroneBrella — The self-flying umbrella" on his Twitter handle.

The business tycoon wrote: "We focus our attention on cutting edge autonomous cars & vehicles but as the monsoon approaches, I’m more excited by the prospect of autonomous umbrellas!"

According to the reports, "this umbrella uses a camera and an artificial intelligence that helps in tracking and following the user as they walk down the street. It will fly from a distance and follow you like a drone. It helps a person commute hands-free (or while holding a cell phone) and is useful in both rain and sun."

Asahi Power Services hopes to adapt it for self-flying umbrellas, as reported in 2018. This idea came from Magician Moulla and augmented magic.

Watch the video below -

Netizens too couldn't believe this wonderful innovation. One user wrote: "Good For Photographers to shoot in the rain!", while the other wrote: "Give it to me!!", and another said: "That's beautifully awesome". Check out some reactions below -

Meanwhile there were also some users who commented about this innovation lasting in Mumbai rains.

Anand Mahindra is not just known for his great entrepreneurial skills and helpful nature, the Chairman of Mahindra Group is also famous for his comic timing and hilarious tweets, which have become a regular thing on his twitter feed. Not just that, his Twitter timeline is a treasure trove of amusing videos. This time the Business Tycoon has shared a new gem from his "WhatsApp wonder box", a day after the Lok Sabha election results led the BJP and its allies to a thumping victory.

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The video shows people breaking into a Garba dance in London 'apparently' after 'PM Modi's victory'. The celebratory dance was performed by a number of people outside the London subway.

"Loved the uninhibited cultural 'colonisation' in reverse!" Mr. Mahindra tweeted. Moreover, Mr. Mahindra also asked for a YouTube video suggestion from which he could brush up his Garba skills.

 

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