Getting started with drones
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Everything you need to know about how drones work, how to fly them and modify them.
It's the GoPro and YouTube revolution that really spurred drone growth. Tiny, high-resolution video cameras mounted to quadcopters capturing amazing videos posted online for all to see and get excited about. Which then led to more developments like 3-axis gimbals to stabilize video. Now anyone can capture smooth professional aerial footage like filmmaker Philip Bloom.
For all of human history our perspective has basically been stuck at eye-level and now for the first time in history we can see the world the way the birds do.Chris Anderson, 3D Robotics