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Inside Drones (Nov 16th, 2016)

Should I Clean These Windows With My Drone?

If you work in a tall office building or industrial park, don’t be too surprised if a drone goes zipping by your window one of these days.

One of the trends among drone hobbyists is “building diving,” where they find areas with tall buildings and underground areas and send their drones on sweeping stunt flights around the structures. 

In his latest video, FPV drone racer Mr. Steele from Rotor Riot demonstrates how a drab collection of offices and parking garages can become a giant playground as the drone power-loops from one building to another (and then gets stuck in a tree, but hey). 

Are there any buildings or structures in your area that are attracting drone pilots? Hit "Reply" and let us know.

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