Thus far, this site had been mentioned about drones stretching from those for beginners to intermediary ones. It was also in relation to the pure excitement of being able to fly it and perhaps the photographic experience that comes along with it. However, there is one other aspect that needs to be covered and that is drone racing. For those who seek a little more excitement or perhaps even a little more competitiveness, then you should try your hand at drone racing.
So, what is drone racing? It involves piloting your drones through a prepared course at high speed in pursuit of the finish line. Obviously the first step in becoming a drone racer is to purchase a drone and learn to fly it. Based on the type of race, the competition could encompass complex course with a variety of obstacles. You, therefore, need to be very confident in your piloting ability.
Also known as FPV races (FPV stands for First Person Video), the pilot requires a drone with a camera and some form of a goggle (or head mounted displays) which provides the pilot with live camera streaming. The first FPV drone races started as amateur competitions in Australia and New Zealand. These competitions were called Rotorcross.
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