Notes on life, art, photography and technology, by a Danish dropout bohemian.
When you drink the water, remember the river.
So cool!! Love that it doesn't need a runway and can just land anywhere!!Thanks, Ian and Eo, or sharing!
Darn, some kids get all the good toys!!!
Wow, eh?I like the electric one - just add thin-film solar panels to the wings and you could stay aloft as long as -er- 'human endurance :-)' permitted!
(Is that in this video?) I wonder if that is possible yet? I know it is done with unmanned drone planes, but I'm not even sure if *they* can stay up indefinitely.
No, not on that video, but I followed the links to the originating company (Ruppert Composites) and found more interesting stuff, including the electric version called Electeryx.
Ah thanks. I was actually vaguely wondering if there was an electric version.
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