If you're old enough, do you remember in the late 80's how we surpassed our own parents when first personal computers, commodore 64 and other Atari computers came out ? Well I feel the same way now with our kids and UAV's.
Along gradual building of various UAVs , I accumulated so many spare parts that were just laying around that I decided to build a trainer quadcopter for my son and proposed him to try out, together, FPV for the first time! The attached youtube video shows our first noobs FPV journey...
The trainer quad is made of:
-Assembled from various frame parts from : 3DR arms, home made plates, VulcanUAV landing legs, some other frames pieces from HK stuff, etc...
-a Pixhawk autopilot with 3.1.2 fw version
-3DR 880kv motors with 10x4,7 props + quadro ESCs
-powered by a 10.000 mah 4S battery
-5.8Ghz FPV setup with a RMRC 600Tvl camera
-Mobius for HD footage
My son can crash and abuse it, it is easily fixed. However I notice how I never had even to replace a prop (not like when I fly) because he is very prudent and he flies intuitively these things, even in non-FPV flights. He's gonna quickly be able to teach his father how to be a good pilot (for which there is still lots of training to do)!