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Fly like a … jellyfish?

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

Leif Ristroph, an practical mathematician a NYU, combined this singular aircraft, that weighs only 2 grams and is 8 centimeters in diameter. The aircraft’s 4 wings strap 20 times a second to keep it aloft. Half a weight is a motor, and for now a drifting jellyfish is tethered to a energy cord. The many intriguing part, though, […]

Behinds a Scenes with a E-flite Carbon-Z Cub on Floats

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

Recently we reviewed a new Carbon-Z Cun from E-flite and we unequivocally put it by a paces. Contributor and ace exam commander Kevin Siemonsen flew a Cub out of a parsimonious exam margin with a flaps and large tundra tires, and even flew a craft inverted to try a loyal aerobatic opening envelop. Kevin afterwards […]

Weekender Warbird Mustang from Hitec — Review Sneak Peek

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

We usually got a new P-51  from Hitec in a bureau for review. This honeyed looking Mustang is partial of a Weekender Warbird array and it takes usually mins to assemble. We got a package a other day from a buddies during Hitec RCD and here are some pix of a Mustang as it is […]

Taming a Stall

Tuesday, November 26th, 2013

There are many misconceptions, generally among non-fliers about stalls. The initial is that a box is associated to engine failure. An aerodynamic box has zero to do with engine power, and a craft will not tumble out of a sky if an engine quits. Another misconception, as mostly seen in Hollywood movies, is that a […]

African Lions Meet RC

Tuesday, November 26th, 2013

OK, so this post is NOT about aerial photography, though it’s so really cold we had to share. “Car L,” an RC 4×4 cart versed with a Nikon D800E, drives adult to a honour of lions, and this video is a result. The extraordinary cats seem to suffer their new playmate! Our interjection to ChrisMcLennan for posting […]