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Make: Technology on Your Time Volume 37: Drones Take Off!

Make: Technology on Your Time Volume 37: Drones Take Off

Make: Technology on Your Time Volume 37: Drones Take Off!

Everyone is buzzing about drones! Why? Because drones are cool and fun! They can be used to deliver pizzas, such as surveillance and security, for aerial photography and much more! In V37 MAKE programs, we will look at all of this, plus take a ‘maker’ views on drones: how do buffs can actually make. There are more than 25 pages in this special section, including a walk-through drone taxonomy (air / land / sea), the scenery of the law on drones today, and a bird’s eye view of the drone aerial photography project. List of Other projects in this packed issue:

  • Plate guitar
  • Chameleon bag (color changes based on what is missing in your pocket!)
  • GPS cat collar
  • Zombie flashlight (uses batteries and empty tube of chapstick)

List Price: $ 9.99

Reviews

Make Vol. 37 – Homegrown Drones April 6, 2014

J. W. Rine (Madison, MS USA) – See all my reviews

 

this review is from: Make: Technology on your time Volume 37: drones Take Off! (Paperback)
Care Volume 37 features homegrown drones as the focus topic for the issue. drones for can vary personal use of inexpensive hobby devices to advanced flying machines that are suitable for aerial photography. One’s involvement with drones is limited only by your passion level and the wallet. This issue contains articles about the construction, flying and regulations of unmanned aircraft. After reading this issue of being able to draw your own conclusions for the future of UAVs. Will drones one day instead of the local delivery? Time will tell.

Brand is one of my favorite publications. The focus article provides in depth coverage of a specific topic, while adding additional articles on a variety of topics that things remain fresh and interesting. As a woodworker I enjoyed the project “Salt and Pepper Well” that the drill used as a lathe to create a small part. The project “badge Guitar” is bound to be a favorite of the musically inclined maker.
Skill Builder article, “Getting GPS” had me looking at the GPS receiver I have hidden in my office. Pleased to report that found it and I look forward to using it quickly.

make my favorite mode of delivery, the PDF version. This allows me to comfortably the size of the print and all I can include hyperlinks to follow additional information. In my opinion this is what makes the Internet useful and enjoyable. I would recommend care to anyone who likes to pick up a tool and tinker. If you prefer print or digital delivery, making is a must read for those who want to create, modify or experiment

Geek must april 23, 2014

 

This review is from: Make: Technology on your time Volume 37: Drones Take Off (Paperback)
That’s just me jealous their technical skills Large allowed for electronics, drones, 3D printer, hobbyist and related buffs I bought a subscription Cliff
decent publication June 6, 2014

 

This review is: Make: Technology on your time Volume 37: Drones Take Off! (Paperback)
Several decent drone related articles. More Articles about DYI other products, however. This is a relatively short magazine would not buy again.

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