uriBee has just released its smallest toy drone ever — the new H801 which is about the size of a Tiny Whoop. It is also the most inexpensive FuriBee currently available and has a...
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It wasn’t long ago when we first read the reports of small buildings being successfully 3D-printed. Now the Dutch have come up with the world’s first 3D-printed bridge. Located in Gemert, the small bridge was designed for cyclists by the Eindhoven University of Technology and assisted by construction company BAM Infra.
New 3D printer brand RAISCUBE has just released two Prusa i3 clones that look set to raise the bar for i3 clones as we know it today. The A8R features an all-metal frame while the R5 features Igus RJ4P-01-08 polymer bearings.
One of the few interesting trickle-down technologies that have made their way into cheap toy drones this year is GPS navigation. Just two years ago, GPS was a feature you’d find only on drones that cost at least a few hundred dollars. Now it’s possible to get a sub-$100 toy drone with GPS that actually works.
When DJI and GoPro unveiled the Mavic Pro and Karma last year, they helped ignite the foldable drone craze. It wasn’t long before other companies started to follow suit. At the start of this year alone, foldable drones can be found in almost every price segment from the $1000 Mavic Pro down to the $40 JJRC H37.
The sub-$700 price range is the most exciting segment for aerial photography drones. This is a highly contested battlefield where emerging brands such as XK and Cheerson get to take on established players such as DJI and Yuneec for market dominance.
Whether you’re new to quadcopters and looking for something light and easy to play around with … or an aspiring drone pilot looking for a trainer drone to hone your flying skills, mini quadcopters are a great way to start familiarizing yourself with the world of multirotors.
DJI unveiled its latest aerial camera — the Zenmuse X7 two days ago after about a week of intense speculation among fans and industry observers. Along with the X7 comes the world’s first aerial lens mount system for 35mm cameras — the DL-Mount and four prime lenses.
About a week ago, DJI released a teaser video that hinted on a new product to be released on October 11. Since the video’s release about a week ago, speculation has been rife about what exactly DJI has under wraps at the moment.
New brand Athorbot is hoping to make a splash in the 3D printing scene with its new line of DIY kits which includes two pre-assembled models — the Brother and Buddy and one Prusa i3 clone in full DIY kit form — the A01.