Monthly Archives November 2015

Beautiful Drone Footage of Rummu Karjäär, Estonia

This is Rummu, an abandoned soviet prison and forced labor open mine located in Estonia. See the underground waters which have flooded the quarry by drone, and witness a place that went from being a horrible punishment facility to becoming one of the most fun beaches ever seen.

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Henry Sapiecha

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Drone Hit By Wave Discovers Underwater Life

Trying to get some excellent drone footage from the water, this quadcopter suddenly crashes into a wave and sinks to the ocean floor. The camera continues to roll capturing some amazing footage of fish.

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Henry Sapiecha

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DRONE FLYING OVER FLOODED QUARRY FINDS TREASURE

Testing out his Phantom drone, this quadcopter pilot launches into the air and happens to fly across a quarry that has become flooded. As he continues to fly, his drone captures some incredible footage of abandoned construction equipment that could not be saved before the flooding!

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Henry Sapiecha

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12 drone mishaps showing why the FAA hates drones

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Whether good or bad, everyone seems to have an opinion on drones. Few technological advancements are as hotly debated as drones are right now.

The definition for what constitutes a drone varies, but most people agree that a drone is a remotely-piloted, unmanned aerial vehicle or aircraft. The distinction usually comes in its purpose — commercial or military.

With regard to military use, objections are fairly obvious — people have ethical concerns about “drone strikes,” or the idea that a remotely-piloted aircraft could swoop in on a target and destroy it, especially when that target is a person. On the commercial end, though, arguments are more complicated.

Consumer drone use brings with it privacy concerns (many models have attachable cameras), regulatory issues, and concerns about t...

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How to deal with rogue drones

Copping a ’copter

In the hands of criminals, small drones could be a menace. Now is the time to think about how to detect them and knock them down safely

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ON APRIL 22nd a drone carrying radioactive sand landed on the roof of the Japanese prime minister’s office in Tokyo. It was the latest of a string of incidents around the world involving small drones. Last year more than a dozen French nuclear plants were buzzed by them. In January one crashed on the White House lawn. In February and early March several were spotted hovering near the Eiffel tower and other Parisian landmarks. Later in March someone attempted to fly one full of drugs (and also a screwdriver and a mobile phone) into a British prison...

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Creepily realistic robot can hold conversations and answer questions

VIDEO ON MAN TALKING TO A ROBOTIC HUMANOID THAT ANSWERS QUESTIONS

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Henry Sapiecha

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World smallest Drone Spy cam may soon be used by the U.S. Army

THIS IS NOT A TOY BUT A MINIATURE CAM TOOL FOR SOPHISTICATED MILITARY USE

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Henry Sapiecha

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ANOTHER GREAT 5 DRONES YOU GOT TO GET VIDEO SHOWS HERE

5 TERRIFIC DRONE INVENTIONS SHOW IN THIS VIDEO

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Henry Sapiecha

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HOVERBIKE GONE PAST CONCEPT STAGE WITH DRONE EVALUATION VIDEO 4 U.

FLYING MOTORBIKE IS ON ITS WAY SO VIEW THIS YOU TUBE VIDEO

 

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Henry Sapiecha

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THIS MUST BE ONE OF THE BEST DRONES YOU HAVE SEEN SO WATCH THIS VIDEO

The Inspire One drone looks cool flying and offers a ton of new features, including a 360 degree camera that records in 4K.

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Henry Sapiecha

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TOP 5 DRONES TO HAVE AT ALL COST SHOWN IN THIS VIDEO

Ideal for both the amateur & professional photographer

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Henry Sapiecha

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DRONE EYE VIDEO VIEWS of the Apple Campus 2 construction – April 2015 – building going up

Drone footage shows off Apple’s upcoming spaceship campus

Drone footage of Apple’s ‘spaceship’

Amazing new drone footage of Apple’s new campus in California under construction.

While we’ve previously seen far-off images of Apple’s upcoming campus, new footage gives a glimpse of the building’s true scale.

Filmed via drone by YouTuber Duncan Sinfield, the footage provides a flyover of what will eventually be Apple’s second main base of operations.

Since 2012, the tech giant and world’s richest company has been busy constructing the spaceship-like building to support its interminable growth.

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An artist’s impression of Apple’s second campus. Photo: Apple

Due to be finished sometime next year, the project, next to Apple’s original headquarters in Cupertino, California, will house som...

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