DJI – Spark – Possibilities

By: DJI

Published on May 24, 2017

DJI Spark redefines the possibilities of portable flight, opening up the creative potential of drones. Whether you’re filming a cheer routine, posing for a rock climbing selfie, or taking a simple group photo, Spark is there to seize the moment.

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DJI – Introducing the New DJI Mavic Pro

By: DJI

Originally published on Sep 27, 2016

The Mavic is DJI’s first compact, personal flying camera. Ultimate image quality and ultimate portability combine in one revolutionary device that will stay with you, whenever you need it to capture that sudden burst of inspiration.

Always follow applicable rules and regulations in your jurisdiction. Permits were obtained, where needed, in locations depicted in this video.

Maximum range specification is provided as a performance measurement only.

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DJI Mavic Pro Drone – Size Comparison!

 

By: iJustine

Originally published on Sep 27, 2016

I got a chance to check out the new super small and compact DJI Mavic Pro Drone! This thing is so awesome. Check out this video I made also of testing it outside: https://youtu.be/EBb4SHTpduM
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How to sweep your patio quickly

 

By: Mike Schreurs

Originally published on Oct 25, 2015

I swept the patio this morning. I ran into issues with my broom. My #DJI #Phantom Pro 3 came to help.

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Building a rope bridge with flying machines

 

By: Federico Augugliaro

Originally published on Sep 18, 2015

Building a rope bridge with flying machines in the ETH Zurich Flying Machine Arena.

The video shows quadrocopters autonomously assembling a rope bridge. This is part of a body of research in aerial construction, a field that addresses the construction of structures with the aid of flying machines.

In this work, a rope bridge that can support the crossing of a person is built by quadrocopters, showing for the first time that small flying machines are capable of autonomously realizing load-bearing structures at full-scale and proceeding a step further towards real-world scenarios. Except for the required anchor points at both ends of the structure, the bridge consists exclusively of tensile elements and its connections and links are entirely realized by flying machines. Spanning 7.4 m between two scaffolding structures, the bridge consists of nine rope segments for a total rope length of about 120 m and is composed of different elements, such as knots, links, and braids. The rope used for these experiments is made out of Dyneema, a material with a low weight-to-strength ratio and thus suitable for aerial construction. Of little weight (7 g per meter), a 4 mm diameter rope can sustain 1300 kg.

The vehicles are equipped with a motorized spool that allows them to control the tension acting on the rope during deployment. A plastic tube guides the rope to the release point located between two propellers. The external forces and torques exerted on the quadrocopter by the rope during deployment are estimated and taken into account to achieve compliant flight behavior. The assembly of the bridge is performed by small custom quadrocopters and builds upon the Flying Machine Arena, a research and demonstration platform for aerial robotics. The arena is equipped with a motion capture system that provides vehicle position and attitude measurements. Algorithms are run on a computer and commands are then sent to the flying machines via a customized wireless infrastructure.

In order to be able to design tensile structures that are buildable with flying robots, a series of computational tools have been developed, specifically addressing the characteristics of the building method. The design tools allow to simulate, sequence, and evaluate the structure before building.

The location of the scaffolding structure is manually measured before starting the construction. The primary and bracing structure can then be realized without human intervention. Before realizing the stabilizers, the locations of the narrow openings of the bridge are measured and input to the system, which adapts the trajectories accordingly.

More information and related publications can be found on the project website:
http://www.idsc.ethz.ch/research-dand…
http://www.gramaziokohler.arch.ethz.c…

Related roboHub article: http://robohub.org/watch-flying-machi…

* Credits
Aerial construction is a collaboration between the Institute for Dynamic Systems and Control and Gramazio Kohler Research at ETH Zurich, Switzerland, 2015

* Researchers
Federico Augugliaro, Ammar Mirjan, Fabio Gramazio, Matthias Kohler, and Raffaello D’Andrea

* With contributions from
Maximilian Schulz, Marc-Andrè Corzillius, Michael Egli, Gregy Huber, Timon Winkler, Emanuele Zarfati, Mina Kamel, Gregory Bättig, Alexander Selwa, Evan Wilson, and Augusto Gandia

* Location
ETH Zurich, Flying Machine Arena – http://www.FlyingMachineArena.org

* Acknowledgments
This work is supported by and builds upon prior contributions by numerous collaborators in the Flying Machine Arena project. Seehttp://www.flyingmachinearena.org.
This work was supported by the Hartmann Müller-Fonds on ETH Research Grant ETH-30 12-1 and by the SNSF (Swiss National Science Foundation).

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AMAZING Millennium Falcon Drone by Air Hogs! Force Friday! Star Wars Episode 7: Force Awakens News

 

By: Star Wars HQ

Originally published on Sep 4, 2015

AMAZING Millennium Falcon Drone by Air Hogs! Force Friday! Star Wars Episode 7: Force Awakens News. This will definitely be added to our Star Wars: The Force Awakens Toy Collection as a collectible fo sure!

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Fireworks Filmed From a Drone! – 2015

 

By: DRT Nation

Originally Published on Jul 5, 2015

On July 3rd and 4th, 2015, we did it again! We put our drone up in the air risking thousands of dollars to get these amazing shots! We hope you all had an amazing 4th of July!
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SONG: Katy Perry – Firework (Super Effective Trap Remix)

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Filmed in:
Milton, Florida
Pace, Florida
Suwanee, Georgia

Shot With:
Panasonic GH4
Canon 60D
Canon EF 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6
Voigtlander 17.5mm f/.95
GoPro Hero 3 Black
DJI Phantom 2

Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CC
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