A common issue with personal drones is battery capacity, with limits fight time to about 20 minutes and requiring about an hour charging time. So the designer associated his project with a company synonymous with battery efficiency and incorporated an effective battery integration concept into his engineering.
The next component addressed was related to design, not replicating a Quadcopter but creating a new twin bladed design that allows the propellers to act as stabilization for the camera instead of a gimbal. The drone format of more than two-propellers, still requires a gimbal for stable camera operation.
For fast-paced, low-angled action video’s, the Tesla propellers are in a horizontal configuration, making the drone nimble, quick and easy to handle. For slow, wide-angled panoramic video’s, the propellers are in a vertical configuration, making it easier to move slow and steady, while also stabilizing the camera.
The Tesla incorporates twin Carbon Glidelite Blades providing maximize lift and propulsion, its docking station (MagDock) is not just for convenience & display but doubles as a wireless charging station. With a 10,000 mAh Li-ion Tesla Powercell the craft can remain airborne for about an hour on a full charge. Taking about 20 minutes for a full capacity recharge.
Precision focus is achieved by the incorporation of a wide-angled 30 Megapixel camera with 4k video recording capability.
Read Article (Staff | behance.net | 09/14/2015)
Each component added to a drone is a power drain, so less is better. But it all comes down to engineering and imagination.
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