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Old 01-28-2015, 06:51 PM
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No I don't have one of these but thought this was cool.

https://screen.yahoo.com/coolest-lit...155715926.html

This kind of stuff makes me feel older than dirt.
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Old 01-28-2015, 06:57 PM
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That was cool!
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its amazing what they can do with "toys"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oF0pMILT7_Y
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I feel like I'm smart sometimes. Then I watch videos like those two, not so much.

Really cool videos guys, amazing to see the technology we have sometimes. Watch the amazon robots videos on YouTube. I've seen them in person..........wow, again, not so smart over here!
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thats cool. i stopped racing rc about 2 yrs ago but still have all my stuff, its a pretty expensive hobby with each car costing about $800 to make it competitive. heres an on board video from my 2wd buggy, it was very hard to drve with the go pro on top because it made it very top heavy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8kJGYgZ4ME
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Old 01-28-2015, 08:40 PM
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That was cool.
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Sweet vid olds!!
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I raced 1/10 sedan gas on road till a couple of years ago. I was too old and reflexes are not there anymore. I still love the smell of burning nitro.
Used to cut carbon fiber chassis plates for several r/c companies.

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Miniature camera today are everywhere! I design a belly case for a small 35mm camera on one of my RC plane to take aerial picture in the 80. a mini servo was radio controlled to push the shooting switch. Today the perfect toy is a drone like this one with go pro camera. You can film amazing things and no need to be a expert, you just flip a switch and they land on the take off point alone.

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Haha! To cool 😄
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