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Archive for November, 2012
This is a sweet teaser vid of our very good friend Kyle Stacy testing something soon to be released. Hmmmm, I wonder what it could be? Your guess is as good as mine. I watched this vid several times and came up with a bunch of ideas. What do you think?
Thanks Kyle and Ray for sharing this sweet teaser vid.
RC Logger testing new version of the RC EYE One . . . . introducing the RC EYE One S (Nano). The “S” is being tested and may be offered as an option with 90% of the parts exchangeable with the current RC EYE One. Continue through to check out the pics revealed thus far and a test flight vid. Enjoy everyone.
Preview of the madness coming from HeliGraphix . . . . named the Christmas Gauntlet. So, I have no idea what to make of this right now. But, if I had to say something, I would say this will be awesome and fun to see when the Christmas Gauntlet is completed and the vid is made. For now, I can only imagine what all this activity and preparation will result in. Enjoy the “behind the scene” pics everyone.
Here is a great vid shared by our very good friend Sean “Radar” Kane. This is Luke Annells, another very good friend, at a “secret” flying spot taking a practice flight on his Kasama Dune 600. Nice flying Luke. Thanks Radar for capturing and sharing Luke’s practice flight. Sit back and relax as you view this cool practice vid.
Here is an interesting article in CNN Tech shared by our very good friend, Mike Fortin. The article by George Webster introduces us to the Puzzlebox Orbit, a brain-controlled helicopter. Although, control is issued for up and down movements at this time and the Orbit is said to enhance concentration . . . . one cannot help but think of the future possibilities for pilots who do not have the use of their arms due to paralysis. Only time will tell how far this development will go.
Thanks Mike for sharing this article and thanks George for writing the article.