Ever dreamed of making your LEGOs fly as a kid? Now you can with this DIY drone kit.

Is it just us, or have people become drone-obsessed lately? They fly them in parks, beaches — basically any wide open area they can find. Your neighbor’s drone is probably even lodged in the tree in your backyard as you read this.
With the rise of recreational drones, users are more concerned with how to take the perfect aerial selfie as opposed to how their small, pilotless aircraft is capable of maneuvering the skies in the first place. Wouldn’t it be cool to discover the inner workings of the flying vehicles you love so much?
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