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Tests of flying LGE Drone 1 prototype.
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The LGE Drone Control - beta version of the app.

Do you like drones? Well we’ve got news for you.
LGE takes drones flying to all new level of fun.
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The LGE Drone 1 prototype. The camera and flashlight, the name tag, the base docking connectors, the soft leather-like skin.

There’s a camera eye ~ and connectors on the bottom, beside this… the body is solid, you can paint it or dress it. 
You can be piloting a disco-ball, a death star, a gigantic eyeball…. Whatever you’re in to.
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LGE Liquid Gravity Engine Drone 1
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Karl Johnson / Billy The Robot - tech news:

A „Liquid Gravity Engine” is being built in Poland. 
As advised by the engineers: “the engine produces a directional constant pull, by streaming the centrifugal energy one way. The centrifugal energy is acquired thanks to spinning liquid inside the engine’s motors”… Long story short – have you seen that movie where they throw a brick inside a working washing machine? This engine is supposed to levitate, fly, lift up cargo, using the same energy that shattered the washing machine to million pieces. The revolutionary LGE engine makes a lot sense, it seems that in the end we will have flying cars and robots, same like seen in all science fiction movies.
The first device using the LGE engine will be a drone. Why a drone not a flying car? The answer is simple, for the moment the company is capable of producing an LGE engine that can lift up itself plus 1 or 2 more pounds only. Building engines that can lift 2000 pounds and more is a completely different story. It’s not like with air-cut propellers – make a bigger one to make it more powerful, when it comes to LGE technology, each engine is designed for a maximum weight it can carry, the engine gets equipped with different size and amount of spinning blocks, quantity of liquid, amount of magnetic fields generators and etc,, all depending on the expected pull power and size / weight limitations. Building a 1 pound LGE engine, capable of lifting 1,5 pounds is easy and cheap, building a 200 pounds LGE engine capable of lifting 2000 pounds is also easy, but not cheap…
We can’t wait to see the drone flying.
First movie showing how does the LGE engine work: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezXx-Hzj3tc

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The secret of the gravity engine lies in the liquid used for gaining directional pull.
It contains two types of particles, it’s density, viscosity, weight and the adjusted pressure inside the pipe is a result of months’ tests and calculations.
More details coming soon.
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How will you dress your sphere drone?

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Leno112 asked "Is it like star wars bike engines?" Yes and no: Gravity engine works same like in star wars, but they need gravity to work. A gravity engine will not operate in deep space. No interstellar travel, sorry...
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