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The First Spherical Drone Display In The World

Imagine a revolving advertisement that floats above the heads of concert-goers, displaying your product in brilliant color. The subtle hum of the video drone inside of a spherical cage displays advertising in a format that no one has ever seen before in a format that looks like something out of a science fiction movie. Skipping across the baseball field, floating ... Read More »

New hard drive with micro SD slot for DJI Drones built by Seagate

Videographers and drone enthusiasts alike are celebrating the partnership between Seagate and DJI with a fantastic storage device that makes storing digital data on the fly a breeze. This new external hard drive with a micro SD slot gives drone lovers an amazing option for gathering the footage from their flights with ease. The first product from the Seagate and ... Read More »

Drone Laws Don’t Protect Your Privacy in your Own Backyard

The perfect Christmas gift, a new drone, soars over your property taking crystal clear still pictures and plenty of video. Bored with flying over your own property, you pilot that drone across the fence to the neighbor’s house to check out what is happening at their barbecue. Is it an invasion of privacy to pilot the tiny aircraft over property ... Read More »

Top Ten Coolest Things Drones Are Used For!

The most important thing to understand about drones is that they aren’t just for virtual tours and cityscapes anymore! The popularity of drones has really been on the rise, and the new owners and enthusiasts are not just those who are living in areas with perfect landscapes and coastal views. Now some models are priced way under 400$, and the ... Read More »

Amazing Drone Footage Takes you into the Heart of China

In a country as big as China, it isn’t difficult to find amazing places to get aerial footage. In the two years that I have been living in Beijing I have had the opportunity to film in the “Avatar” mountains (Zhangjiajie), Tibetan Plateau ( Jiuzhaigou), Shangri-La in Yunnan, and of course the Great Wall (still working on the clip). One ... Read More »

FAA Announcing No-Drone Zones

In more recent news, the Federal Aviation Administration has released some new flight rules that are, at the very least, very restrictive for certain areas. While no-drone zones aren’t anything new, we have some new areas on the updated list. A map data of restricting residential drones has been pushed for the purpose of keeping them out of military bases ... Read More »

Best RC Dragster – Top 5 RC Dragsters for Sale

Dragster RC cars are some of the best cars you could ever get when it comes to racing. Although, finding the best RC Dragster – Top 5 RC Dragsters for sale can be difficult, but luckily we have found the best of the best and compiled them all to fit into a single page. TOP 3 RC DRAGSTERS All-Ages Dragster ... Read More »

Drones Meet the Wild West in Innovative New Short Film

Technology is nothing to fear–at least, according to documentary producer turned film director Vanessa Elliott. Instead, Elliott’s new short film, “The Lone Drone,” imagines a more promising future relationship between humans and tech. “The Lone Drone” is a short, live-action film set in the not-so-distant future, where autonomous drones are as commonplace in households as televisions are today. The story ... Read More »

The New DJI Spark – Is It Legit?

After this week’s recent leak there have been possibilities coming out of the floodgates like no tomorrow. DJI filed for a trademark application this month for the name of “DJI Spark” which may be their newest drone. Information continues to be released over the past couple of days, which is leaving everyone asking the same questions – is this new ... Read More »

U.S Drone Registration Rate Soaring

Drones are gaining ground where popularity is concerned at an incredible rate. Within the last 3 months alone there has been an increase of approximately 100,000 registered drones in the United States. The Federal Aviation Administration has reported that in just as little as 15 months there have been over 770,000 registrations for drones in the United States, and that ... Read More »