Mini Drones! They’re cute, fast, and apparently indestructible. Small children are captivated by drones!
I was encouraged to try the controls, and promptly crashed my drone; it bounced on the carpet.
To get a feel for the size of these mini versions, they would fit into an average adult’s hand. I don’t know what the payload capacity is, but they could definitely carry a small camera. RHL has offered to obtain drones for attendees, at their cost: about $20.00.
Rogue Hack Lab is considering an age-bracketed drone flying contest at the upcoming Mini Maker Faire scheduled for November 19, 2016 at Science Works.
I look forward to being able to purchase my own, personal drone transportation, although reason suggests I should probably wait for the auto-pilot version, given the results posted in my drone flight log…
What a fun—and inventive—evening!
Join Rogue Hack Lab at the Medford Library on Second Thursdays of each month, starting at 6:30 p.m. Bring a project to share!
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