The LOw-Cost Unmanned aerial vehicle Swarming Technology (LOCUST) is a prototype tube-launched UAV. The LOCUST program will make possible the launch of multiple swarming UAVs to autonomously overwhelm and adversary.
Spot is a four-legged robot designed for indoor and outdoor operation. It is electrically powered and hydraulically actuated. Spot has a sensor head that helps it navigate and negotiate rough terrain. Spot weighs about 160 lbs.
This video was filmed, edited and then premiered over the course of three days at the 2015 Oklahoma Regional FIRST Robotics competition // Produced by SmithPixels.com [ Follow us on facebook.com/SmithPixels or twitter.com/smithpixels ]
We’ve returned to the Phantom and have redesigned its core systems to bring you the most advanced, forward-thinking aerial videography solution the world has ever seen. The Phantom 3 takes the look and feel of big-budget professional image capture and puts it in the palm of your hand.
Brain Farm paired a Phantom Flex4K with an Aerigon UAV to shoot the world's first Ultra High Definition, 4K aerial drone footage. The combination is a cinematic game changer.
What does 1000 frames per second at 4K resolution translate to? Stunningly high-quality slow motion footage. Until now the images captured by the Phantom Flex 4K have been limited by the camera's weight. Simply put: It's too heavy for most drones to carry.
Brain Farm, the production company that raised the cinematography bar in action sports filmmaking with the landmark movies, That's It, That's All, The Art of Flight and the soon-to-be-released We Are Blood, partnered with drone manufacturer Intuitive Aerial to develop a cinema-focused UAV system capable of carrying the camera.
The result is what you see here: The world's first aerial footage shot from a UAV with a Phantom Flex4k. The world of options this technological combination will open up is about to break the ceiling of possibility in digital cinematic storytelling.
Watch the sheepdog of the future Shep the Drone as he moves sheep from one field to another. Filmed by Paul Brennan in Carlow Ireland. To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This video features clips of Prior Lake High School FRC Robotics Team KING TeC #2169 and their robot competing in the 2015 FIRST Robotics Competition, Recycle Rush.
The video shows the team progressing through the challenges in their first regional in Duluth, Minnesota as they learned the nuances of the game and the driving logistics of their newly created robot through their next tournament in Milwaukee where the team had improved considerably and ended up just missing the finals, but ended up winning a coveted award sponsored by NASA..
Here’s my blog post from their Duluth trip.
2015 FRC Robotics Northern Lights Regional in Duluth, Minnesota