I caught the tail-end of the Royal Croquet Club event at Southbank, on November 15 2015. This was just two days after the Paris Terrorist Attacks, so several buildings were lit up in Red, White and Blue. Coincidentally, Les Miserables was still in season at QPAC as well. That and the deck chairs all sort of tied together in some sort of strange synchronistic tableau.
One of my favourite out-of-the-way spots, a small cemetery on the edge of Lake Samsonvale. Stick around for the crash at the end - the only damage was three cable ties.
All shot with a Mobius camera on a home-built H-Quad, running a crius SE board with MutliWii 2.3.
My entry for the The Lotus FPV Scavenger Hunt #1
Some dusk/night FPV for both the ghetto HZ-Quad and the bixler2, birds in flight and other bit and pieces.
First proper FPV flight of my home-built H-Quad. Just updated to Multiwii 2.3 and first round of tuning. Looks like I have to lower the roll-P judging by the first ascent.
Flown in rate mode too which is new for me, actually feeling pretty comfy with it already.
Had an awesome birthday arvo flying the bixler 2 around. Finally managed a few reasonable passes through two-trees and by the shed, and got to play with the new radial irrigation setup including flying under a few times for a shower :-)
Another windy day about a month ago. This was my first buzz through the trees near the shed which I have to say was pretty pucker-worthy at the time. The landing was at nearly zero landspeed - who needs flaps when you have a 30 knot headwind? Also a pretty ordinary attempt at the top two trees, followed by an excellent case study of "Target Fixation". I've since had a good run or two through two-trees so feel somewhat redeemed :-)
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DRM shifts the balance of power so far away from users that it is against their interests, and therefore, arguably, against the interests of the artists and even the publishers.