From our normal vantage point on the ground thunderstorms put on an amazing show but change your angle of perspective by 40,000 feet and these electrical discharges become spectacular. Filmed from the relative safety of a commercial airplane these thunder clouds can be seen to light up with lightning spreading throughout the cloud. Remember most of these cumulus congestus clouds are over 10 kilometres high and these flashes are spreading from the top to bottom in the blink of an eye.
Presented for your viewing pleasure are the best videos capturing thunderstorms from above, as the pilots of these aircraft skirt around the edges of these unstable areas of the atmosphere. Sit back relax and from the safety of your lounge room chair enjoy these electrifying natural displays.
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After making headlines in October with their V2.5 hybrid flying car AeroMobil have demonstrated the latest version of their winged wonder, the AeroMobil 3. Premiered at the Pioneers Festival in Vienna AreoMobil’s third prototype is very close to the final product and is undergoing flight testing at the moment. AeroMobil hope the third model can achieve certification in the EU as both a car and light sports aircraft.
Presented for your viewing pleasure is the video demonstration of the flying car that actually works and looks amazing in both modes, a no compromise flying car. Sit back relax and prepare to be transported into the skies by a car.
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Obsession with paper planes is shared by many people around the world but few come close to Dieter Michale Krone’s obsession. Having explored most aspects of folding your own flying machine Dieter has taken it to the next level with the construction of his paper airplane folding machine gun.
The latest version of this magnificent machine the A6 v1.0 Paper Airplane Machine Gun is able to feed paper out of its tray like an inkjet printer and then fold it into flying machines that shoot out of the guns flat wide barrel. Parts for the A6 were produced using 3D printers via the fabberhouse.de website and the remaining parts came from the hardware store. Check out Dieters site if you share his obsession, he is in deep too.
Presented for your viewing pleasure is the latest work of the paper airplane mad genius, Dieter the Destroyer. Sit back, relax and let the machine do all of the work.
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