It’s but a distant memory, but Grand Theft Auto was once a top-down shooter. Votja Paul decided to replicate the classic view of GTA 2 by capturing real-life action with a drone. The God’s Eye View is still one of our favorite cinematic tricks.
This flyover of Russia’s Central Air Force Museum provides a unique perspective on these retired Russian airplanes and helicopters parked in the snow. The Concorde’s cousin Tupolev Tu-144 on the far left side is our favorite.
An autonomous drone delivers a chocolate bar across Hong Kong. YouTuber Sky Frog explains that it wasn’t a simple process. Read his guide on the video’s description to find out how complicated it actually was.
Team BlackSheep took their Discovery PRO first-person quadcopter into the skies in the remote outskirts of Hong Kong for a stunning view of its incredibly green mountains and spectacular scenery surrounding the area. More here.
We’ve seen tons of cool POV drone footage before, but the spinning straight down shot at the beginning of this clip shot using a DJI Phantom 2 quadrotor is alone worth the price of admission, despite the less than scenic locale.