LEGO has never failed to amuse its consumers. This time, Flybrix is taking it to another level as they introduce the drone made from these bricks. So, without further ado, here are the key details you need to know about it as well as where to buy online.
It was just recently when Flybrix released kits that will let the customers build their very own working drone. The catch is that instead of using metal frames, it will be made using LEGO pieces.
The drone is intended for ages 14 and up. It will be available for a limited time only. However, it has yet to be confirmed as to when it will be up for grabs. The kit will include LEGO bricks, boom-arms, motors and other parts. Reports also reveal that it is fairly easy to build and are designed to fly indoors.
Making it fly is not a challenge as well. Each user will be able to control their LEGO drones via Bluetooth flight control app from Flybrix. The app is available for free on Android or iOS. Aside from mobile phones, a flight controller is also for sale on the official website of Flybrix.
Furthermore, users will also have the chance to customize their drones. Each LEGO part is compatible with those available in the market. So, you just have to buy additional parts and combine it with your drone to match your type. Also, it would be ?crash-friendly? which means banging it on a wall will not be a problem as it can be reassembled easily.
For those interested, the Flybrix LEGO drone kits are available on Flybrix.com. It has a starting price of $149 for a basic kit. The deluxe version, on the other hand, will cost up to $189.
Meanwhile, co-founders Amir Hirsch, Holly Kasun and Robb Walters recently revealed their intention of making such a great idea. According to them, the project is to make teenagers aged 14 and up interested in areas such as aerodynamics, geometry and electrical engineering.
Hopefully, their goal will be meet as consumers buy their product. How about you? What do you think of this LEGO drone? Do you think it is a wonderful project? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.