Remember the AIR PIX does not have a flash. It is very important you are in a well-lit environment. In AutoFly mode AIR PIX is using facial recognition software in capturing a picture or video. It is looking to lock in on your forehead, eyes and chin. Once it locks in on your face it activates the camera and is now ready to take a photo or video.
To change from photo to video mode, look for the video camera icon next to the photo capture button, tap the video camera icon and the gray circle will now have a red dot in the middle and a camera icon will replace the video icon. Launch the AIR PIX and then press the red dot, a red square will appear signaling the AIR PIX has started to capture video. You will also notice the blue LED light will go off, this is another way to know the AIR PIX is capturing video. Tap the red square to stop capturing video, notice the blue LED light comes back on.
Game control mode
Select the camera button and make sure you see the video camera in the center of the button. You will see a red circle in the middle of the capture button, this confirms you are in video mode. Simply press the red button, the circle changes to a square,
Place AIR PIX on your open palm keeping it flat and parallel to the ground with the logo up and the camera facing you.
Press the gold button with the Play arrow in the middle of your screen and the propellers will start to softly spin.
Gently toss the AIR PIX out in front of you. NOTE --- It is important not to toss the AIR PIX up as you want it to lock in on your face. If it goes up too high the AIR PIX camera will struggle to detect your face and as a result will not return to you and gently fly to the ground.
Once in the air the propellers will fully engage, and your AIR PIX will take flight. It will fly approximately 8 feet (2m) out in front of you and then hover.
The blue light will flash twice to confirm it has detected your face, then it will turn off indicating that it is recording video. After 15 seconds the AIR PIX will hover and then fly back to you. As it is flying back, reach out your hand so it can land in your hand.