Crash-Friendly Drone Made From LEGOs Is Completely Rebuildable

Crash-Friendly Drone Made From LEGOs Is Completely Rebuildable

The clever device offers games, education and the uniquely rewarding experience of destroying your high-flying airship

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 29 september 2016

While most drones are built with durability in mind, an inability to ‘embrace the crash’ renders low to mid-quality drones as nonoperational after enduring several rough hits. With a learning curve that requires large open space so as to avoid walls and other obstacles, it can be difficult for beginners to get their foot in the door and their drones in the skies. Looking to change the inherent limitations of launching a copter, STEM EdTech startup Flybrix combines the realms of LEGO bricks and drones through a process of trial and error and learning through play.

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