Drone Intel gave the ball to basketball player

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2017-02-19 18:15:35

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Drone Intel gave the ball to basketball player

Unmanned aerial vehicles developed by the experts of Intel, continue to participate in various events, attracting the attention of an unusual and very beautiful views. Recently as many as 300 drones staged a light show in the night sky, forming the American flag on the concert of the singer Lady Gaga, and yesterday one of the drones of Intel gave a pass to the NBA basketball player for the Slam Dunk contest. In the video posted below, you can see how athletic Aaron Gordon, working in tandem with the drone took off from the aircraft the ball, which then effectively scored in the basket.

In order to perform this unusual stunt, the athlete took several attempts, because the drone hit the ball to the top, but the spectacular goal was definitely worth it, and the audience, apparently, a trick very much.

Yesterday Aero drones Ready to Fly on sale at a price of $ 1,100. Programmable platform on which they are made, certainly allows to realise the sporting ambitions of these devices cleaved from their strong basketballnew command.

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