Flying A Drone. With Your MIND.

As I was writing that I couldn’t help but “think” that every-time you fly a drone, it’s with your mind. Like every-time you drive a car, take a shit, or eat Cheetos, it is also through … mind-control.

But semantics aside here is a fun little video of a mind controlled drone. Basic yes. Useless, probably. Funny, hell yes.

Thanks Buzzfeed. Sometimes your videos take whatever faith I have in humans away, but this one is proper charming.

Rs

P.S. I’ve heard that we are stretching our US Army drone fleet thin… I mean, if this tech can be perfected, and per se, I could run missions while sitting in my underwear watching Wendy on daytime TV… well, call me.

Categories: aerial cinematography, drones, humor

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