"Schematics? Forget it. Everything was built incrementally, one wire at a time, while staring at chip datasheets. It’s an organic creation."
Its unique shape and design makes it safe, robut and fun to use. Pull it out of your backpack, choose one of its predefined missions and simply throw it in the air. Fleye will follow you, capturing your life from a whole different angle.
As you may have read in a recent blog post , I'm signing out (and probably soon deleting) my cloud accounts and in particular my Google one.
I don't want to sit on the sideline while our democracies slowly drift to totalitarianism. Freedom of expression and Privacy are essential values that needs to be defended. By continuing to use these US-based cloud services, we act like sheep. We deserve what is happening, we made it happen, it is all our fault and now is time to change that.
You can keep following my adventures by RSS on https://eschnou.com, and comment using #indieweb pingbacks.
Update: Thanks for the interesting discussion. But I'm really out and will refrain to re-login to check your comments. We can continue this conversation here: http://eschnou.storytlr.net/entry/good-bye-friend-im-outta-here-google-62-25018.html
Update: Video was removed by the user, a new one is availabe here:
AR.Drone with air traffic (ADS-B) overlaid on camera feed
#drone #nodecopter #ardrone
Today marks the third anniversary of this epic interview I did with . I took the time to reflect on what happened since then, why these initiatives failed, and where to go from here.
So, what do you think... Are federated social communications doomed? What do we need to make it happen? What do YOU need to join the movement?
I have a passion for technology, the web is my playground. Today I'm enjoying myself with mobile platforms, cloud computing, and the exciting topic of federated social networks.
I'm always happy to meet new faces and have great discussions, so feel free to ping me an email if you want to chat.
- University of MarylandElectrical and Computer Engineering, 2000 - 2002
- Université de LiègeElectrical Engineering, 1995 - 2000
- FleyeBuilding the future of drones, 2014 - present
- ComodITCo-founder & Head of software development, 2010 - 2014
- VodafoneSenior Research Engineer, 2007 - 2010
- The Boston Consulting GroupManagement Consulting, 2005 - 2007
- PEPITeResearch Engineer, 2002 - 2005
- University Of MarylandGraduate Research Assistant, 2000 - 2002
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