Like modern military scouts, Flir’s Black Hornet Vehicle Reconnaissance System is an unmanned nano-drone which can be deployed by military vehicles to spot threats up ahead. Here’s how they work.
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In March 2017, 18-year old developer Albert Gajšak launched the MAKERbuino, an educational Kickstarter project that let anyone build an 8-bit, Arduino-based gaming console. 
The project was a big success, overshooting its funding goal by 10 times. And now, Gajšak has used everything he learned from that experience to launch a more ambitious project: the MAKERphone. 
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The MAKERphone is again, an Arduino-based, DIY mobile phone which comes disassembled, as a kit. By building the phone yourself, you’ll learn a bit about programming in environments such as Python and Scratch as well as basics of electronics

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The footage is not the work of George Lucas or the Walt Disney Company. Instead, it’s amateur footage from a camera fitted to a drone flown through a fireworks display in Oxnard, California.

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Today, your average consumer drone can fly for only around 10 to 25 minutes. But the times they are a-changin.’ Here are seven drones which buck the system with super long flight times.
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Halloween is just around the corner and decorating is half the fun. From a drone ghost to an animated zombie, adding tech to your Halloween décor will elevate your home to the next level.
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