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Life-size flying replica of 'City Scanner' drone from Half-Life 21m44s

Life-size flying replica of 'City Scanner' drone from Half-Life 2

Made from scratch is this incredible life-sized copy of the 'City Scanner' drone from the computer game Half-Life 2. The length is 80 cm, height 55 cm, weight, 1771 g with a flight time of 11 minutes. The main materials used are: carbon fiber (carbon) and expanded polystyrene. Flight Controller DJI Naza-M Lite without GPS, motors AX-2810Q-750KV Brushless Quadcopter Motor, Afro ESC 30Amp, three-bladed screws 9 "Battery: 3300mAh 4S 30C.

Stuffed animals pull off epic RC bank robbery2m02s

Stuffed animals pull off epic RC bank robbery

It's a high-speed pursuit in Russia after these two stuffed animals attempt to flee the scene of a bank robbery in their remote controlled car. But can they escape the police drone chasing after them? You'll just have to watch to find out!

Snowboarding Toddler In Russia Uses Flying Drone To Move Around His Neighborhood1m05s

Snowboarding Toddler In Russia Uses Flying Drone To Move Around His Neighborhood

As it seems, droneboarding slowly takes its place between the most popular sports. It was invented by David Imre in Sacramento, California in 2014. This winter sport is similar to kiteboarding (kitesurfing), except that, instead of being pulled across a surface by a large kite, the rider is pulled by a heavy lift tension drone. The skier can ride a wakeboard across water, a snowboard across a snow-covered field or mountain, or even roller blades across land. It depends on his preferences. You wake up one day and there is a plenty of snow in your town. All of your neighbourhood is covered with big white snow coat, the streets are covered in white, you can barely notice the trees as they don’t differentiate from the rest of the nature. Your favourite winter sport is snowboarding, but unfortunately there are now high hills around your town. That’s when imagination comes to the surface. This boy and his dad decided to use the streets as their playground. The little boy is on his board and a little drone is pulling him down the white street. Watch as this toddler in Russia captures speed through a snowy pathway with the help of a flying drone! He does it like a real pro! This is not the first video where someone can be seen being dragged by a drone . Freefly Systems have manufactured and tested out the power of their new model. Check out this amazing video of this sweet toddler snowboarder and leave your comments below! Music: SANDR - Retrofunkish (Instrumental Mix).

Published: January 29, 201613,529 plays$24.71 earned