Aerial Combat Design & Engineering

On this Episode, Marque Cornblatt and the team create and test a working paintball drone from kits and spare parts. Can this DIY UAV locate and score hits on a target? That’s what we’re here to find out.

26 COMMENTS

  1. Does anybody have any info on the camera and goggles they used? How did they stream the camera to the goggles? Where would I get something like this?

  2. Great video…Next I want to see a video of you guys playing a paint ball game with two teams, one team gets "close air support" and calls in an airstrike 🙂

  3. This human test was invalid, a real paintballer would be ducking into cover and returning fire. Your man was just running in a straight line. I wouldn't use a drone in a real paint ball game because you would need at least 2 players watching your backs while the goggles are on. That is two less teammates actually covering ground. Plus two men to one marker is incredible inefficient. You would need a way for the pilot to be in control of the drone and the marker to make this effective in a game.

  4. The next step is camera/gun stabilization and even a bit of aiming for the firing apparatus. Once that is n it will be pretty much unstopable.

  5. Love it!!!! needs to be single person though… botton on rc controller mod, and or head tracking module? Awesome! cheers:-)

  6. this would be dope is the paintball league allowed one drone on a team that is operated by 2 people and they cant go anywhere or have any weapons just be protected by their teammates and they can kill the other team with the done

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