A New DIY Laser-Guided Drone System Can Drop Metal Darts for $1,000

This can't be good.
Derya Ozdemir

From photography and videography to the battlefield, drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are everywhere. The remote-controlled aircraft can be employed for both destructive and non-lethal missions, and we are seeing them more and more on the battlefield as many countries are seeking armed drone capabilities. 

In this video by the YouTube channel, I did a thing, which is known for its many bizarre projects ranging from building "the world's most powerful" .50-caliber hammer to building a robot lawnmower that can be controlled through VR, you'll venture into the world of drones as he tries to build a military drone after not being satisfied with his regular drone's capabilities. The video will take you through the entire process of building the military drone, and it costs him $1,000. If you're curious about the results, make sure you watch the video embedded above; however, keep this in mind: the YouTuber's use of dark humor may put some people off, so, viewer discretion is advised. 

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