Custom Designed FPV Drone Propeller Line

Custom Designed FPV Drone Propeller Line

Article Source: PR Web SARASOTA, FL (PRWEB) JUNE 14, 2016 — FPV Drone Racing and Freestyle flying require high quality propellers that ensure optimal thrust, efficiency and top-end speed to allow pilots to consistently perform at their best. “Realizing there were only a few original prop designs for small multi-rotors and many clones of these same designs, we went out to engineer truly original, efficient, and durable multi-rotor propellers,” says […]

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AirHogs Mission Drone

AirHogs Mission Drone

AirHogs Connect Mission Drone combines real drone flying with hundreds of fun missions and challenges in its alien video game adventure. In toy terms drone technology can be something of a solution looking for a fun problem to solve. At toy fair Mattel’s MAT -0.29% solution was to apply the tech to big brands. Its Minecraft and Barbie drones felt a bit of a stretch in terms of play but […]

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When drones go pro

When drones go pro

As drone racing grows up, hobbyists preserve its heart I am standing behind a stack of boxes in a warehouse in Fremont, 15 miles north of San Jose. Three drones whiz by at highway speeds as I clutch a cardboard shield close to my face. They turn sideways as they navigate a corner and then right themselves before ducking under an arch. After rounding two more turns, they fly over […]

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Parrot Sequoia 3D-printable drone mount

Parrot Sequoia 3D-printable drone mount

Hi group, I’m looking for a small/micro quadcopter design that has potential to have its wires and soldered connections replaced with fully 3D printed circuits and power traces. Our company, www.functionalize.com , would like to provide samples of our highly conductive F-Electric PLA filament and another yet unreleased highly conductive (even more so, actually) material we believe can do the job. Our web page shows recent examples of printed Arduino-compatible […]

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My failed attempts at flying a drone with a smartwatch

My failed attempts at flying a drone with a smartwatch

In the past two weeks, I’ve crashed two drones, both of them broken beyond repair. Prior to ruining them, my flying record was impeccable. A DJI Inspire 1 and a Parrot Bebop both survived outings with me. Those two smartwatch-controlled Flypro XEagle drones, however, weren’t as lucky. The XEagle just missed its $100,000 funding goal on Kickstarter by $2,363. (So close!) I wanted to see if using a smartwatch to […]

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