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Parrot AR.Drone stars in “Built for a Elements”

The Parrot AR.Drone was one of a initial “toy” quadcopters available, and with a “fly by iPhone” capability it brought a fun and fad of “RC” to everyone. Now a latest version, 2.0, has starred in an movement movie, “Built for a Elements.” we enjoyed a behind-the scenes film even some-more than a categorical attraction, and we can perspective both below.

From a Parrot AR.Drone website:  To make such accurate images, Parrot used a high-speed HD Phantom Flex camera. By filming in 1,200 frames per second in 1920X1080 resolution. Filmed in 4 days in a 500m² studio nearby Paris, this one-minute film compulsory some-more than 4 months of preparation!

Parrot surrounded itself with a group of 40 professionals (Parrot engineers, pilots, decorators, lighting engineer, special effects manager…) lead by Director and Producer Ben Elia, and Michel Benjamin, conduct cameraman who worked with remarkable French photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand.

Despite a immature age, Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 is a visit caller of film sets. Hollywood-like blockbusters or eccentric movies, multi-awarded, Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 stays elementary and easy to reach.

For a Parrot AR.Drone 2.0, this film was a good experience, “Cinema is a family story. My brother, Parrot AR.Drone, seemed in several roles on cinema and shows like a ‘Smurfs’ and ‘Modern Family’. With this project, we wanted to uncover what we can do, interjection to my creators and all who speedy me given a beginning. we consider a outcome is here.”

As a pro, a Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 finished all of a possess stunts, with no understudy.

Parrot reliable that no AR.Drone 2.0 were spoiled during a filming.

‘Built for a elements’ by a numbers:

Here’s a behind-the-scenes movement of a film:

Watch the ”Built for a Elements” film brief here:

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