Flying People

eg: stopmotion, new-york, street
A neat trick by promoters of Chronicle the movie

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  • Mike-in- Thailand
    by Mike-in- Thailand 2 years ago
    Brings back great memories of being on acid:)
  • Lee Schmitt
    by Lee Schmitt 2 years ago
    that is so cool! has larry seen this? he needs this for his rc collection.
  • Captain X
    by Captain X 2 years ago
    Very cool! I just showed part at work (without the RC part at the beginning) and totally tripped people out! ;)

    What is Chronicle the movie? (guess I have to google it)
  • Captain X
    by Captain X 2 years ago
    Upcoming science fiction movie. From wikipedia---- Plot: Three high school friends gain the superhuman abilities of telekinesis, flight, and invulnerability after making an incredible discovery in a mysterious crater. Their bonds are tested as one of them strays to his darker side.[3] Trailer can be found at Yahoo Movies along with their viral marketing efforts in New York City using "flying people".
  • Larry  Mednick
    by Larry Mednick 2 years ago
    At 44 seconds they show a 72 MHZ radio with the antenna down. if you fly RC that is funny on a couple of levels.

    BTW my Dad just got me the new RC Icon A5 from Park Zone. It is a freaking jet ski on the water! Should be great in real life if they ever come out with it.
  • Captain X
    by Captain X 2 years ago
    The Icon A5 is a very cool amphibious plane concept: http://www.iconaircraft.com/
    Larry does your model fly also, or just water only?
  • Larry  Mednick
    by Larry Mednick 2 years ago
    Hey David, it flies! A good 60-70 MPh in a slight dive. Has a wicked snap roll to the right, inverted flat spins and of course all the basics like loops and rolls. On the down side it doesn't hold a knife edge well and tumbles when I try to do a hammer head. But hey it's an Icon A5.

    I Guess it always boils down to using a plane for it's designed purpose.
  • Captain X
    by Captain X 2 years ago
    I bet you get a lot of additional experience and knowledge out of flying RCs, especially aerobatic. When I was a kid, I built many RC models, but never had the money to put an engine or radio in. In college I built a nice RC sailplane and learned quite a lot flying it, but it did not have ailerons so no real aerobatics. Back then, I learned to soar from a book and trial and error (no mentor / instructor) and then from watching crows show me how to work the puzzle of one ridge into a set of houses and up a tree line to higher than I even thought possible. I remembered some of what I learned later when I was in the glider myself-- it sure helped. Anyway, cool on you Larry, you are really lucky to fly for fun and business.
  • tom speirs
    by tom speirs 2 years ago
    IF ONLY !!!!!!!!!!!
  • Ken Bartlett
    by Ken Bartlett 2 years ago
    At 1:40 look like a trike flying in the background!
  • Tony  Castillo
    by Tony Castillo 2 years ago
    cool.
  • Rizwan Bukhari
    by Rizwan Bukhari 2 years ago
    Great video, Ahhh, I can't wait to visit New York, I will be there in March to meet my parents...yeehaaaw.
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