Monthly Archive: December 2017


DLFPV DL-1080 (In-Depth Review)

Just a few months ago, DLFPV released its first micro FPV racer — the DL-1060 and now they’ve unveiled a more advanced micro. Known as the DL-1080, this new model shares a number of similarities with the earlier DL-1060 as much as it is more advanced.


The Automated Drone Racing Heroes of the Future

For the past two years, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California has been dedicating its efforts towards research in autonomous drone technology. The lab’s achievements in vision-based navigation, which were funded by Google, were put to the test late this fall, in a race between one of its unmanned drones and a professional drone pilot.


Da Ming DM107S (In-Depth Review)

The Da Ming DM107S is a foldable selfie toy drone that costs about $50 shipped at GeekBuying. It features a 2MP HD 720P camera with a wide angle lens — something that is still uncommon in the sub-$100 toy drone segment.


JJRC R3 CADY WILL (In-Depth Review)

The JJRC R3 CADY WILL is one of two larger robots in JJRC’s lineup of toy robots. It is also the most advanced of the three in terms of features yet still costs just $43 shipped at GearBest. Though not exactly a highly advanced humanoid robot, the value it offers is incredibly good.


3D Printing for Heart Surgery

If anyone still had any misgivings about the social benefits of the applications of 3D printing technology, a quick look at the latest work of a German surgeon, Dr. Bernhard Dorweiler, should easily lay those doubts to rest.

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