We've done "FPV" video before, but this time, we've got slightly better resolution, two cameras, techno music, and an interesting landing. We're building drones for high school students to learn about computers, robotics, and environmental science. It's called "Drones for Schools," and it's part of a National Science Foundation grant to improve STEM education.
The video is probably lower-res than it should be, considering the primary camera was a Hero 2HD camera, but that's a production software issue we're hoping to fix. While this drone is equipped with an APM 2.0, we didn't use it for this shoot, which is why it's a bit wobbly (user error -- novice pilot here). The HD camera did add a not inconsiderable weight to our 7lb drone, which had a negative affect on maneuverability.
We hope this promotional video will bring more students into the program, though garnering interest hasn't been much of an issue as of yet. We have three high schools in Illinois looking to obtain drones and training through the program, and we really don't see demand for project-based learning decreasing anytime soon.