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Posted by Cola Yo | Today @ 04:50 AM | 42 Views

Posted by genstattu-acepowling | Today @ 01:42 AM | 108 Views
For people who loves Hot Deals section,here is the treat details:

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3. Lucky draw on every order before 31st Oct. Chance to win the Tattu Jumpstarter or anything up to 50 EUR of your choice!

Posted by Jack Crossfire | Today @ 12:16 AM | 148 Views
This works quite well, for what it is. The iPhone 6+ gives 960x1080 in each eye, which is actually higher than the lion kingdom's 1st x86 computer which did 800x600 . The Samsung Galaxy 8 would give 1480x1440 in each eye, high enough to replace a Macbook air. The LG Tribute would give only 640x720 per eye.

The computer generated 3D scene in Goog Cardboard is quite convincing. Unfortunately, it's not so easy to get 3D videos which work in it. A rectangular 3D movie can disregard which way your head is pointing. A spherical movie needs to look behind different objects based on where your head is pointing.

The mane limitation is lack of software, now that the VR craze is over. Nothing works on the LG Tribute which is actually light & cheap enough to use in the long term. There's no way to play your own spherical photos on it. Youtube videos don't play on it. Any software needs a wireless gadget to replace the touchscreen.

Its mane use so far is viewing someone else's stereo rectangular photos in color. It's quite an improvement over the anaglyphs of 15 years ago, despite much lower resolution. A 10 year old lion would have gone crazy over them. Unfortunately, no video player is smart enough to wait for a magnetometer trigger to start playing, so it's already over by the time you get the goggles on.

At $11, it's not worth writing a custom app to make these goggles more useful. If they were really worth anything, the biggest payback would come in the...Continue Reading
Posted by Bingojamas | Yesterday @ 10:24 PM | 234 Views
I first saw this plane in MAN many years ago while I was in high school. Well...I stumbled on it again and decided to build it. This is the first plane that I converted to electric. It was a pain to count "calories" when I am used to using whatever glue ( like my hero epoxy ) when building nitro planes. It came in at about 19 oz, but I will double check that after a few finishing touches. I did get to try my hand at vacuum forming by building a pump system and table, as well as tinting the plastic. It is hilarious that all that effort went into one tiny canopy, but I needed to learn some things in the process. It should be ready soon, almost three decades later.
Posted by genstattu-acepowling | Yesterday @ 10:00 PM | 216 Views
Any feedbacks on Tattu 220mah 1s?

We are open to complains as well,Or tiny whoop is out?

16.99$ 5 pieces

Tinywhoop battery
Posted by genstattu-acepowling | Yesterday @ 09:38 PM | 228 Views
Would you like others to admire your rc pic?

Just share your best pic ,and chance to win high class free 2200mah 3s batteries.

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Posted by Andrey111 | Yesterday @ 09:12 PM | 244 Views
JJR/C H48, a fantastic super mini UAV with multiple exciting functions, making a breakthrough of imagination margin. Equipped with 6 axis, H48 is ready to give it a full performance.
Link of drone : JJRC H48

MINI size, can carry it in the pocket
With dual charging modes to make it use convenience
4 Channel which can do ascend, descend, forward, backward, left sideward fly, right sideward fly and rolling 360°
6-axis gyro which can have more stable flying and be easy to control
It can realize 3D tumbling 360°rolling in four directions with 4 LED lights
The quadcopter fuselage is made of high strength and resistant engineering plastics,lightweight and durable resistance

Brand Name: JJR/C
Item Name: H48
Built-in Gyro: 6 Axis Gyro
Channel: 4CH
Remote Control: Infrared Controlled
Material: ABS
Colors: Blue and Green optional
Motor Type: Coreless
Functions: Ascend, descend, forward, backward, left sideward fly, right sideward fly and rolling 360°
Control Distance: About 15m
Quadcopter Battery: 3.7V 100mAh lipo battery
Battery size: 27 * 17 * 7mm
Battery for Controller: 4 * AA battery(not included)
Flying Time: about 5mins
Charging Time: about 30mins
Product weight: 18g(include battery)
Product size: 110 * 110 * 30mm

[【Flash sale】JJRC H48 mini drone $15.99 @Rcmoment (2 min 7 sec)

Posted by Tazkiller85 | Yesterday @ 06:34 PM | 376 Views

Furibee X215, Strider X2, XF90, Simtoo Moment etc ... Tour d’horizon des nouveautés ! (23 min 25 sec)

Yep Les Amis,

Pas de test aujourd'hui ... Enfin pas tout à fait. J'ai décidé de vous présenter quelques engins que je suis en train de tester, certains révèlent très vite quelques défauts et d'autres par contre, nous réservent de belles surprises ... J’espère que ce petit tour d'atelier vous plaira, installez vous à ma table, on va papoter entre nous .

Les produits en test présentés sont visibles ici :

- CAMERA FIREFLY 8S : https://goo.gl/4TVS24

- SIMTOO MOMENT HOSHI 007PRO : https://goo.gl/9XewjK

- FURIBEE X215 PRO : https://goo.gl/jg8myi

- STRIDER X2 STRETCH 122 : https://goo.gl/2afy8a


- XF90 : https://goo.gl/4fauaK

- FX100 (Coupon code: 7835J ): https://goo.gl/BwE1se

- DROCON U818PLUS : https://goo.gl/CAZ8KT

- WLTOYS 10428 : https://goo.gl/Jspjkf


- Racerstar: https://goo.gl/fhUV1u
- ZOP Power: https://goo.gl/xFfcst
- FlySky: https://goo.gl/YSe53d

Mon matériel :
- Caméra DBPOWER 4K (écran tactile) : https://goo.gl/iqRRrv
- Caméra GIT2P (casquette) : https://goo.gl/auJNu2
- Micro cravate (casquette): https://goo.gl/n3cVHN
- Chargeur ISDT D2 : https://goo.gl/hvYRKp
- Chargeur AOKoda 1S : https://goo.gl/FqZCaV
- Testeur ISDT BC-8S : https://goo.gl/CLrqsq
- Chargeur Balance ISDT Q6+ : https://goo.gl/ppjDKR
- Masque VRD2 PRO : https://goo.gl/GRRtMv
Posted by vic_man_fpv | Yesterday @ 06:12 PM | 320 Views
Freestyle with my drone over the trees - vicmanfpv (5 min 6 sec)

De nuevo en el aire!!! Aunque apenas he podido volar estas últimas semanas, me gustaría subir este pequeño freestyle en un spot que me encanta, de los pocos con árboles altos en Almería. Próximamente más vídeos en el canal, estad atentos!!!

Back in the air !!! Although I could hardly fly these last few weeks, I would like to upload this little freestyle in a spot that I love, of the few with tall trees in Almeria. Soon more videos in the channel, stay tuned !!!

Espero que os guste, por favor, si es así suscribíos y compartid si queréis!
I hope you like it, please share and subscribe!!!

Mis redes / My social networks:
twitter: @vic_man_fpv
instagram: @vic_man_fpv
facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicmanfpv

Mi configuración / My configuration:
Frame TC-R 220 (QUAV-R clone)
Motores Emax 2205S

Variadores T-Motor F30

Controladora EFAW F4 + OSD

Batería 4S Tattu 1300 75C
Palas Racing:
Dalprop 5045

Gemfan 5152 Durable

Palas Freestyle:
Dalprop 5044

Cámara: Foxeer HS1177 V2


Cámara de video: Foxeer Legend 2
Emisora: Frsky Taranis QX7
Receptor: X4R Sbus

Song: Ghosts
Artist: Malik Bash
Video link: youtu.be/fDUHGYw1pQY

Follow PaponeMusic:
Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/PaponeMusic
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PaponeMusic
Twitter: https://twitter.com/PaponeMusic Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/PaponeMusic
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/PaponeMusic

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Posted by LemonC | Yesterday @ 04:21 PM | 383 Views

i think i need to quit.
Posted by Clickety | Yesterday @ 03:35 PM | 445 Views
This is the latest addition to the fleet!

The Lockheed F104 Starfighter designed to take up to a 70mm EDF or a standard pusher prop combo.

> With twin / single canopy,
> Long / short vertical stabiliser
> Pull off wing tanks for rough landings

More files to come...
Posted by Absaroka | Yesterday @ 02:17 PM | 435 Views
Maiden for the mule this A.M. flight was going good til the 4 minute mark---then a brownout. Bellied into the tall grass so no damage. Not flying again until I can get a backup guard installed!!!!
Bushmule maiden takeoff (0 min 18 sec)

Posted by boblacerda | Yesterday @ 02:01 PM | 433 Views
I am needing cylinder and piston ringed dikes for old IRVINE 61 SPORT RC. Could someone help find out?
Can be used in good condition. I have the ring.
Photos in the annexes.
Thank you,
Posted by ChillPhatCat | Yesterday @ 11:47 AM | 537 Views
No wrinkles!

Cowl needs finishing, Interplane struts need finishing, the starboard aileron is not finished yet, and the forward bottom of fuse and under the wing is still needed to be constructed and the throttle cable is soldered but still need to install the servo... and I have a set of wheel pants I plan to use. I ended up putting a 100 oz servo on the elevator since it was the 5th HV servo I have on hand... miiight be overkill.
Posted by montis | Yesterday @ 10:26 AM | 580 Views
FuriBee VR01 goggles were released quite some time ago, but they still can be interesting for the begginers in this RC hobby. Lets take a look at them in more detail.

Goggles package contents: The goggles itself, one circular polarized antenna, one patch antenna, power cable, video cable and instructions leaflet.

Goggles have three bands head strap, so they mount the head easily.

...Continue Reading
Posted by Reckless_fpv | Yesterday @ 09:49 AM | 610 Views
Posted by Reckless_fpv | Yesterday @ 09:47 AM | 611 Views
Posted by KRProton | Yesterday @ 09:26 AM | 637 Views
I haven’t updated my blog page in a while, so thought I’d take a moment to do so now. Today I’ll just give a rundown of what’s been going on with me this year mostly as it pertains to RC Groups and my RC activities. My RC focus the last couple of years has been AMA pylon racing. Though I’ll never totally get out of F5D pylon and it will always have a place in my heart (I still have three different F5D planes I am flying today), I’ve gotten a bit away from that because the opportunities for AMA pylon racing here in the states are so competitive and plentiful! I’ve been fortunate enough to compete at a variety of venues including Phoenix, AZ, Wichita, KS, three different races at the AMA HQ in Muncie, IN (including the Nat’s of course), Cincinnati, OH, Michigan and finally, the “Champ” race in North Carolina!

Over the course of a total of eight races this year my main interest has been Quarter 40 (Q40) powered by .40 cu in glow engines. Sounds rather sedate, but Q40 planes have been “radared” at over 200mph on the course!

The summer really got crazy when we decided a change of pace would be good and my wife took a new position at a small community college in West Virginia! She relocated in July while I stayed back in Champaign to sell and manage the house, but we’ll be reunited in our new home at the end of October! Through this, I managed to hold to my pylon schedule, though the last couple of months have been hectic to say the least!

I’ll probably be less active on RC Groups for a while until we get settled (and I get my model shop up-and-running), but looking forward to the next year of pylon racing!

Posted by gwynnm | Oct 18, 2017 @ 11:13 PM | 1,024 Views
After nearly five years she is finished. Balancing and testing this week and hoping for a maiden after a cold front moves through this weekend. Modified for flaps, retracts, and deleted the gearbox. Still under the recommended 40oz. flying weight. Stay tuned!