Crazy Remote Airplane Skills To Classical Music

This amazing video shows how classical music and skilled use of a remote control plane can produce a work of art.

Here's the link:

I want this plane!! Any idea what kind it is?
     Posted By: gdanea - Tue Apr 02, 2013
     Category: Hobbies and DIY

Awesome R/C skills! :coolsmile:
Posted by Johnny B. on 04/03/13 at 01:55 AM
I've flown R/C planes and helicopters (not the megastore self stabilizing ones) for years and that is some skill there.

This isn't the exact one gdanea but very similar. I'm sure if you search hobby sites you can find it:

If you haven't flown before I'd recommend getting a computer simulator like Realflight. You can fly on computer with a real R/C controller and once adept then take your plane out.
Posted by BrokeDad in Midwest US on 04/03/13 at 03:03 PM
Well done! I agree fellas, lots of skill there.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 04/03/13 at 11:09 PM
Wow, I'm finally weird enough to comment on something here!

First, anyone notice the plane in the video thumbnail is not the same one as the one in the video itself? The thumbnail shows a Cessna 310, as BD says. But the plane in the video is a flat-foam critter closer to this:

Even so, it's much more likely that a competitor at that level makes his own, from scratch. Doesn't take much- a sheet of foam, some tape, glue, and a few sticks of carbon-fiber rod.

And as others have said, it's not the plane- I've got a couple like that, they're relatively cheap. It's the guy holding the radio that does all the work, and he's pretty doggone good!

Google Jurgen Heiling- I used to see him on the RCGroups forums a lot, and he did/does this very thing...
Posted by Steve on 04/04/13 at 04:28 PM
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