|Apr 11, 2007, 12:07 PM|
Hovercraft + Helicopter = Geoff's Flying Saucer
What's next for rotory aircraft? This Brit seems to know:
Looks kinda like a hard hat to me!
It's kind of neat but I'm not sure what major advantages it has to a coaxial design. No rotor strikes is certainly a nice one although I suppose it's still possible.
|Apr 11, 2007, 05:52 PM|
Wow, I think that is a very cool design!!! it is GREAT to see new innovations in helicopters.
remember the first helicopter was flown only about 60 years ago so it is still a very new idea in the grand scheme of things! imagine how helis will look 60 years from NOW!
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