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has been so fun this week! we also have our performance of Around The world In 80 Days tonigh with , for the little ones and lots fun !




Travel with us Around The World In 80 Days, Listen to and fly high as you learn skills whilst your little ones play in the ! So much fun for the whole family! 😊







Some of my favourites on the at yesterdays Playground! So much fun πŸ’œ




We’re proud to announce the launch of our β€˜ and 101’ practical ! Learn how to make the most of your aerial camera! Get taught by experts with years of real experience at a very high level! To find out more call us on 01353 780766!







photograph Pentagon photograph :o Why should anyone listen to you if you don’t bring it in, this idea, through a kind of architectural vehicle?




Our β€˜Introduction to and is due to take place on The 21st and 22nd of September! Enhance your skills, make more sales! Tel 01353 780766




photograph car >_> Civilian housing will have no more than three compartments and five rafters.”




Sunset Over 8th St.: Sunset of low clouds, flying over the 8th St. lifeguard tower this evening.







view of Pacific blues and lush landscapes invite you to your coastal escape to The Ritz-Carlton Bacara,
















entity photograph >_> As I noted at the time, this was so as to create β€˜not an audience as a single, present group occupying a common experiential time, but one that is irregularly spread over the duration of the presentation.










What a cracker of a day yesterday at Port Douglas. Check out this 360 we took today at Mirage Villas with Pink Real Estate, Port Douglas. Get the full 360 effect at #360



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Credit @abcworldnewstonight STRANDED: Aerial footage above Six Flags America in Bowie, Maryland, shows several passengers stuck on the Firebird rollercoaster Thursday night, with staff helping escort the stranded guests from the ride. #bowie #maryland #md #dc #sixflags #amusement #park #ride #rollercoaster #stuck #stranded #aerial #worldnewstonight
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DJI multi-rotor aircraft with Ruling live video feed controller hands-on (video)

Well that’s a mouthful. Shenzhen-based DJI Innovations was on hand at NAB today to demonstrate its new hex-rotor aircraft, designed to provide photographers (and videographers) with a low-cost tool for capturing aerial images. The vehicle we saw today, coined Spreading Wings S800 (its rotors retract for storage) is a fairly straightforward multi-rotor aircraft, save for a couple pretty slick enhancements. Even more impressive, however, was DJI’s Ruling, a “ground control terminal” that enables you to adjust not only aircraft direction and elevation, but also the camera position, complete with a live video feed as captured by a Sony NEX-5N mounted on a multi-axis camera gimbal. The camera mount is designed to maintain a stable image regardless of the craft’s position – once it’s fixed on a subject, it will adjust to retain the pre-selected angle.

The Ruling controller is very much still a prototype, with a yet-unpolished military green plastic housing and a built-in LCD. There’s also dual joysticks – one on the left to adjust the camera platform, and a second on the right to control the aircraft itself, letting you climb, descend and turn in every which way with a flick. The duo was very responsive during a brief demonstration, making calculated movements with what looked to be precise accuracy. The video feed was interrupted slightly by the multitude of wireless connections littering the Las Vegas Convention Center airwaves, but reps were still able to verify framing and adjust position – the aircraft itself never faltered, with a maximum range of 10 kilometers (5km for the video feed, in ideal conditions). The Spreading Wings S800 is available for pre-order now and is expected to ship next month for roughly $8,1280. That clever live video controller will cost you another pretty penny, however, with an estimated $5,000 price tag and a TBD ship date. You’ll want to take a closer look in the video after the break.%Gallery-153311%

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NASA's Global Hawk completes unmanned airborne refueling simulation, will do it for real next year (video)


While some bot makers are busying themselves designing AI to simulate humans’ natural and distinct lack of intelligence, it’s nice to see there are still old-fashioned researchers out there keeping the Skynet dream alive. Northrop Grumman’s aeronautics gurus have paired together a Global Hawk unmanned aircraft with a manned Proteus ship way up in the skies – 45,000 feet, to be precise – with the vessels of ingenuity managing to fly in tandem at a distance as short as 40 feet. Unsurprisingly, this is the first time such intimacy has been reached between UAVs (the Proteus had a monitoring crew on board to ensure the insurance bill wasn’t through the roof) in high altitude, and the ultimate goal of having two Global Hawks doing the deed without any human intervention is said to be within reach by next year. That’s when these light and agile air drones will be able to refuel themselves and go on for a mighty 120 hours in the air… plenty of time to complete a well planned extermination down below, if one were so inclined. Read more
iPhone 4 antenna problems were predicted on June 10 by Danish professor

Well, this must be one of the most epic “I told you so” moments in the history of consumer electronics. Professor Gert Frølund Pedersen, an antenna expert over at Denmark’s Aalborg University, managed to get his concerns about the iPhone 4’s external antennae on the record a cool two weeks before the phone was even released. In an interview on June 10, the Danish brainbox explained that he wasn’t impressed by Steve Jobs’ promises of better reception, describing external antennas as “old news,” and suggested that contact with fleshlings could result in undesirable consequences to the handset’s reception:

“The human tissue will in any event have an inhibitory effect on the antenna. Touch means that a larger portion of antenna energy becomes heat and lost.”

Machine-translated that may be, but you get the point. Researchers at Gert’s university have already shown that over 90 percent of any phone’s antenna signal can be stifled by holding it in the right place, but he’s highlighting the specific exposure to skin contact as a separate issue to be mindful of. Good to know we’ve got sharp minds out there, and as to his suggested solution, Gert says phones should ideally have two antennae that act in a sort of redundant array, so that when one is blocked, the other can pick up the slack. So, what are we going to do now, Apple?

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Bing Maps gets another 165TB of satellite images, Google Earth seen sulking in a corner

Thought that Google had cornered the market on free, overhead-view photo mapping solutions? You clearly don’t reside in Redmond, because Bing Maps’ aerial image library just got another 165TB worth of hi-res data that covers an additional 38 million square kilometers of the globe. To put that in perspective, Microsoft’s mapping solution previously had but 129TB worth of such eye-in-the-sky imagery, so this new batch of satellite shots more than doubles your viewing pleasure. Go ahead, check out all the new visuals at the source link below, we promise not to tell the folks in Mountain View.

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Drone-maker Parrot invests $7.5 million in two EPFL spin-offs, sets sights beyond toys

Switzerland’s EPFL has managed to catch our attention with its various UAV-related activities, and it looks like it’s also been the radar of Parrot, maker of the AR.Drones. EPFL announced today that the French company is investing 7.4 million Swiss Francs (or about $7.5 million) in two companies that have been spun out of the institution: senseFly and Pix4D. As you may recall, those two have collaborated in the past, with senseFly providing the camera-equipped UAVs necessary for Pix4D’s 3D mapping software. Broken down, the investment works out to 2.4 million Francs put into Pix4D and five million invested in senseFly, the latter of which is enough for Parrot to claim a majority stake company. As for the future, senseFly’s CEO says that the deal will give Parrot “access to the expertise and the technology for specialized drones,” while Pix4D’s CEO says that the investment “reinforces our position as a leader in software for professional drones” and opens up new business opportunities. It also makes it clear, if it wasn’t already, that Parrot is getting pretty serious about drones. You can find the official announcement after the break, along with a video from EPFL explaining the deal.

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NTG Drone Journey

This video is a recap of our the best flights so far. As a drone pilot, there is nothing more beautiful than taking a journey to look at a new place to fly. The drone has changed my life in a way how to see nature. I never realize how beautiful this earth with its landscape when you look at from the sky. From there, it gives me the passion to create aerial videos. I would like to share and let other people see the beautiful landscape, I’ve seen.

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