If grown adults can operate automobiles at high speed, negotiate self-service pumps and check-out lines as well as simply earn a living, one would think they would have no problem whatsoever plugging an HDMI cable and a single IR blaster into a box.
Past generations actually had to figure out roof antennas and audio cables.
The press is obsessed with this infantile narrative that frames us all as morons. If I hear another reference to some tech podcasters “mom…”
Can someone please describe to me the scenario in which one would ever want to just drive this on the ground.
It looks to me like all he is done is take a quadcopter (and not a very agile one from the looks of it) and burdened it with extra weight which will shorten the battery time, with no discernible benefit.
The so-called Shield law has an exception for national security. Obama’s pathetic invocation of it is a lame distraction that is compounded by the media’s failure to educate the public about the exception.
Here is some video I shot there when our infantry battalion trained there before heading to Baghdad in 2008. In this video we were learning to call in Apaches. We took turns talking to the pilots on the radio and directing them in, using our weapons fire, tracers and at night, lasers to guide them. That was the funnest part of the training for me.
The youtube video doesn’t really convey the sense you get when you’re there.