VirtualRobotix new products revealed


It is with great pleasure that we are able to present the result of our latest work.

In the last 4 months we designed, built and tested 2 frames and 2 Gimbals.

This is just a preview of these new products, production will start in the next month and pre-orders are available through our freshly re-designed web site


Black Ops Drone aka B.O.D.

A multipurpose drone specifically designed for gaming and simulated wars. It is a plastic 2 shell frame very resistant and light weight. It is splashproof and can mount a small FPV camera on front. It can be used with many different payloads and mounts 3508 motors with 13" propellers.




A powerful, tough and yet simple frame built with only 3k twill carbon fiber and High grade Aluminum.

The frame is designed so that X4 or X8 configuration is possible without any other add-on.

It is extremely tough and resistant, and host propellers up to 14" or 15" .

Typical configuration is with 3510 or 3508 Motors with 13" props, but also 40mm. motors can be mounted with no problems. The arms can be shifted in 1,5cm. steps to allow bigger props (15").



A professional 3 axis Brushless Gimbal built with 3k twill carbon fiber that is able to carry 3Kg. of payload.

This is our masterpiece. It uses high quality Stainless steel bearings and it is integrated with adjustable height landing gear.

It weights about 600gr. and it offers super smooth camera compensation.




The same Shockwave Gimbal can be used on our hand-held system allowing camera operators and professional photographers to obtain perfect stable images. The hand held mount can be equipped with remote control for PAN, TILT, ROLL and ZOOM.



A 2 or 3 axis Gimbal designed to fit the most common and light to medium cameras such as:

Sony NEX xx

Canon M series

Sony Cybershot VX420 or similar

Totally built wi Alu and Carbon fiber it is extremely light and it is sold with an antivibration plate suitable for any frame. It's weight without mootrs is 280gr. and is perfectly able to carry 300-400gr. of payload.


Please refer to for more details and don't hesitate to askany questions.

The VirtualRobotix team


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Comment by Dany Thivierge on December 11, 2013 at 8:56am

Way to go guys! Can't wait to bring these babies to Canada!   look so nice, can you show picture of them with some abuse and scratches... I am afraid to break them! 

Comment by Morli on December 11, 2013 at 11:33am

Looks nice enough to eat, but price may break my teeth :).

Comment by Cliff-E on December 11, 2013 at 11:38am

Are the holes in front of the BOD air speed tubes? Looks? Firing mechanisms :) ?

Comment by Alexsey Novik on December 11, 2013 at 11:42am

Fake minigun

Comment by c j g on December 11, 2013 at 1:41pm

... wow, italian style, first cars - now drones ;)

Comment by Brent Alderton on December 11, 2013 at 7:04pm

Very nice! Blackops drone looks awesome!

Comment by Hugues on December 12, 2013 at 12:42am

If you are looking for a distributor/reseller at the center of Europe (Belgium) I am your mam Man. Just PM me.

Comment by Paul Jenness on December 12, 2013 at 3:06am

Add some sort of laser tag system and you are away!!

Comment by Flavio Taborelli on December 12, 2013 at 5:35am

Hi Guys, Glad to read that you like Black Ops Drone and other VRI products , feel free to ask me or Emile for further info.



Comment by Godwin Bangera on December 12, 2013 at 10:54am

Very nice ... i missed the webinar ... i wish i could get a link to see it ...

Congrats to the whole team for the amazing work ...

all the best



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