Thank you 3DR, Horizon Hobby, and Atlanta Hobbies for their contributions to the gear used.

Learn how to build a tricopter V2.6HV! David goes through step by step details of how to build a multirotor featuring wooden booms and a custom vibration-dampening camera tray.

Don’t be surprised if you hear a buzzing sound in the hallways of South Hall this semester; it’s the sound of the future, in the form of small student-piloted unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones.

Olivier C. provides step-by-step instructions on how he built his internet famous, Star Wars inspired quadcopters on his blog. And you can build one, too!

An all 3D printed Quadcopter, the MESArcFF program looks to create some new quad designs using the Autodesk 123D design software and their new Makerbots.
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The PowerUp 3.0, which was created by Shai Goitein, is a device that turns any paper airplane into a smartphone-operated drone. An instructional video that explains how to operate the PowerUp 3.0 is included in this article.

Charles Eide explains how to capture great aerial shots while flying your model aircraft. He also explains the importance of investing in quality equipment, flying line of sight, timing your flights and monitoring voltage, finding a helper, choosing a platform to fly on, framing your shot and investing in a good camera.

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