This copter, has more than one propellor. Its got 16. Incredible? The German e-volo multicopter is the first manned electric multicopter to take flight according to the company.
Piloted by Thomas Senkel, he utilized a hand held wireless control unit to steer the machine from a center mounted seat. The flight lasted approximately 90 seconds, but the potential flight time could last as long as 30 minutes. A gas/electric hybrid copter could stay afloat for as long as an hour according to the company. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.
If Maslow’s hierarchy of needs could be updated by Maslow himself, he’ll add Wi-Fi right at the bottom as the most basic human need. We’ve relied a lot on mobile data to see us through this far. Now we don’t have to anymore. Here’s PortaWiFi and why we think it actually makes some good sense. Read more
Kodak showed off their PIXPRO SP360, billed as a 360º action camera. It can capture unparalleled, all-encompassing images of whatever situation. It features a 16MP sensor with 1080p video recording abilities and built-in WiFi connectivity. Read more