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I'm a Mechanical Engineer who works for a large UAS company in Southern California. Very into the outdoors...rock climbing specifically. Also really love RC EVERYTHING. Love to play with multirotors and FPV along with aerial filming for hobby use.
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
Multirotors, FPV, aerial filming, UAS use for all kinds of purposes...commercial, SAR, etc.

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At 3:24pm on July 2, 2014, Daniel Hibben said…

i would love to take you up flying and show you how they work and look using goggles

if you are going to be in the area let me know when and i am sure we can find a way to meet up and fly

as Egor said the videos don't do them justice. pay no attention to people who don't seem to think that 3d fpv is a good idea, they have obviously never flown this way, or they would not be bashing it, it truly is amazing. i also have the ability to put several different 3d cameras on my copter for comparison, so you can see how they look vs the emr labs cameras i was talking about.

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At 4:09pm on July 2, 2014, Matthew Callender said…

Cool! I'd love a demo!  I've done a small amount of FPV with a friends rig, but my own quad doesn't have the set-up yet. Doing 3d FPV is obviously a big interest of mine since it's so much more immersive. It's funny because I actually interviewed at Oculus a few months ago for an engineering position. They gave me a demo of their new DEV kit model (the one with motion tracking) and it was amazing!

I'm starting a new job in a week, and for that new job I'll be traveling up to Boeing in Seattle for work. Maybe when I am up there for those trips I can shoot you a message on here or through email and we can meet up? My new boss said I'll likely be up there in the next month or so. 

Thanks for being so generous with the option to demo!

Talk soon.



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