These flying hexrotor drones play some sweet music! This latest instalment from KMel Robotics shows perfectly synchronized robots floating through the air – banging on drums and plucking strings to create some famous classical compositions. The drones perform three songs, beginning with Strauss’ “Also sprach Zarathustra,” then into “Carol of the Bells” and finishing with a rendition … Continue reading Synchronized Drones show off their musical skills
The space company SpaceX has just released the first footage of its Falcon 9 Reusable (F9R) taking off, and making a controlled landing. All the footage was shot with a drone at the company’s rocket-development facility in Texas. The video gives us a 360-degree aerial view, giving a unique perspective through a camera-equipped drone.
This DJI Phantom drone captures amazing footage of New York City with a GoPro Hero 3 camera. New York photograper Randy Scott Slavin captured this stunning view of the city usually reserved for birds and Helicopters.
In a robot lab at TEDGlobal, Raffaello D’Andrea demos his flying quadcopters – robots that think like athletes, solving problems with algorithms.
With Drones hitting the public domain more and more with the release of affordable personal versions of this new tech; a group called Chaotics Moon Studios show off a taser-equipped version. Called the Chaotics Unmanned Personal Intercept Drone, or CUPID for short; this video gives viewers a troubling glimpse of the devices’s ability to delivery … Continue reading Drone delivers 80,000 Volts of paralyzing pain
This video was created by the talented Team BlackSheep, and shows an amazing aerial view of New York through the eyes of a Drone.
Captain Dave Anderson captures a beautiful, jaw-dropping video footage of a huge mega-pod of thousands of common dolphins stampeding off Dana Point, California. The footage was taken from a DJI Phantom 2 Drone, just another example of the great video that can be made with this new technology.
Although I do think this is extremely cool, it did make me think about the sinister side of drone use. With Drones becoming ever more affordable to the general public, you have to question the privacy issues this will cause when you have someone attaching a camera to it (let alone a machine gun).
Jack Supple, president of Lakemaid Beer, unveiled the idea last week on YouTube, showing off exactly how easy it could be for fishermen on Minnesota’s Mille Lacs Lake to get a frosty brew via a drone.
Drones are a hotly debated topic right now, from spying on people to delivering packages for Amazon. But TheDmel seem to have taken it to a new level – dropping a beat and choreographing a handful of drones to dance a long – time well spend in my humble opinion.