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Drone photography is still an incredibly new and emerging art form. Just a few short years ago it would have been nigh on impossible to capture some of the images that we now see on a regular basis. It's easy to become jaded by the onslaught of drone photographs out there but a number of artists are still pushing the envelope, experimenting and finding spectacular ways to exploit this nasc
Multicopter drones are neat and everything, but they do make a high-pitched whine – just image how annoying the sound of a large passenger-carrying version might be. It was with this in mind that electrical engineer Derek Schwartz recently went to Kickstarter with his Whisper Drone... Continue Reading Whisper Drone could stop the whining Category: Drones Tags: Kickstarter Re
It was back in 2014 that Facebook first announced its Aquila program, in which high-altitude solar-powered autonomous drones would be used to provide developing countries with broadband internet coverage. This Tuesday, however, the company announced that it is cancelling the program... Continue Reading Facebook cancels development of Aquila internet-beaming drone Category: Drones Tags:
DRAGON is able to autonomously decide how to transform when given the constraints of the space it needs to pass through. The post japanese dragon drone slithers autonomously through the air like a flying snake appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the new video offers an aerial tour of the project, with a drone's eye view giving a brand new perspective on the project's internal and external spaces. The post watch: drone encounters TNA’s ‘ring house’ hiding in a japanese forest appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Dimitar Karanikolov is a London-based architect with a passion for photography. Over the last few years his experiments with drone photography has led to an exciting, architectural perspective on some of the most amazingly beautiful places on Earth... Continue Reading Drone photography through the eyes of an architect Category: Drones Tags: Aerial Drone photography
There are various places – such as airports, prisons and military bases – where people aren't allowed to fly consumer drones. If someone does so anyway, it's always possible to shoot the thing down or remotely disable it. Another option, however, is to net it in mid-air, using the new-and-improved DroneCatcher... Continue Reading DroneCatcher drone-netting drone gets an upgrade Category:
We've updated our Best Drones buying guide and there's a new winner (hint: it's made by DJI). Find out which model was our favorite and learn more about all of your choices in our updated guide.Read Best Drones buying guideView all Buying Guides
Photographer Mads Peter Iversen is, as evidenced by the Instagram feed linked above, a very talented photographer. He doesn't limit his work just to the ground though, he's also a drone photographer. Since 2016, he's been utilizing a drone to capture beautiful images. In the video below, Iversen shares five tips for capturing great drone photos using a DJI Mavic Pro. The specific dr
Parrot, a French drone company known for its Bebop drones, has unveiled its latest consumer drone, the Anafi. Both on paper and in photos, this consumer-centric drone appears to be a direct competitor to DJI’s Mavic Air.Its fold-out design is almost identical to the Mavic Air. It weighs just 0.7 pounds (320 grams) and folds up nice for slim packing in your bag. At the core of the drone is a 21-me


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