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Dave Hess07/10/2018 21:29:44
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John Tee08/10/2018 09:26:07
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One of our club members regularly does something similar with a large 3D model at our indoor venue. Can't attach it to the wall though he can hover there for a while.


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Bucksboy08/10/2018 15:06:25
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I saw one from two years ago that mimicked a mosquito. The theory was that the machine could fly somewhere, then attached itself to the wall or whatever surface. This allowed it to conserve power whilst the camera streamed pictures to the rescue services. As the situation changed, the machine could then fly to another perch to get a better view. It used large but very slender legs to grip, just like this one but it was quad copter based.

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