The drones can spray up to 20 acres per hour and includes underneath seats, railing, and arm rests.
CBS 2 reports that a company in Pittsburgh has developed these drones. The drone cleans using electrostatic technology and could be a game changer when large events like festivals, concerts and sporting events start happening again...
Today on Segment 16, the guys check out a news story from possibly tiny people about the drones being flown over prisons. It's becoming a problem, ever since people have decided to drop stuff into the prison yard.
Local dude Jeremy Kruis got a nice drone, and shot some fantastic footage over downtown Grand Rapids earlier this year that has to be seen. He's got a few videos with some cool footage of Grand Rapids and the surrounding area, as well as other places he visits.
It's time to throw away your silly selfie-stick. No, really, I'm not just saying that to be mean to people with selfie-sticks. I have one, but I've yet to use it for a selfie. It helps get the phone higher up for above photos, which I haven't done much of, but still. Now, there's a new toy for all the selfie-people, it's the Hover Flying Camera from Chinese company Zero Zero Robotics.
The nice lady in this video poses the age-old question, "What if I want to eat a burger, drink a beer, and use my dildo all at the same time?" Up until now, you were screwed...or, erm, NOT screwed, I guess. But now, there's the "Dildo Drone"!
Many of us have had toys that should fly (like my Naboo Starfighter) that, unfortunately, couldn't actually fly. Holding the toy in the air while running and using your imagination was the closest you could get. However, one anonymous toy hacker decided to alter his new Hasbro First Order Special Forces TIE Fighter so that it could actually fly.