Fishing is one of the oldest ways we humans found something to delicious to eat. But we’re in the 21st century now. Regular old fishing just won’t cut it. Farmer Derek Klingenberg is ready to take the ancient art form into the future. Using his new drone, he caught what may be the first fish ever captured using a remote control quadrocopter.
While California tries to cope with one of the worst recorded droughts in the state’s history, much of Texas and Oklahoma is struggling with severe flooding after a brutal thunderstorm. The aftermath is truly shocking. DLR Productions captured the aftermath of the storms in Austin, Texas with a drone
Larry Breaux from Southern California is trying to make an organic lemon business and put a sign on his property to spread the word. But apparently some of his neighbors are too keen on the idea. Larry thinks a neighbor sent a quadrocopter drone to his property to harass and spy on him. So Larry grabbed his shotgun and took it out in one shot!
The aerial HD footage was shot from an unmanned drone flying at about 20,000 feet, giving the viewer an unprecedented look at this magnificent landscape – arguably a more awesome vantage point than what you’d have if you were hiking through it.
We’ve seen a drone turned into a Star Wars flyer. We’ve also seen a bunch of drones racing around the woods speeder bike style. Now we’ve got a combination of the two: an actual speeder bike drone — with a scout trooper pilot — that’s built for racing.
It turns out that you won’t have to wait until December to see the Millenium Falcon fly again. A hobbyist in France has turned a quadcopter into a flying replica of the Millennium Falcon. No word on when we can expect to see the drone make the Kessel Run.