By David Ponce
When I was about 7 years old, I watched Back To The Future and decided I'd make the car in the movie. I embarked on a journey to recruit the help of adults; they were to help me go to a junkyard and get the parts. Yeah... things didn't really work out the way my 7 year old mind had envisioned. But fast forward to now and what do we have here? It's a flying DeLorean! Sure, it's not an actual car. And well, maybe it doesn't travel through time. But dammit if it isn't a thing of beauty. We don't have much details aside from what you see in the video. All we know is that its stabilization control is powered by a MultiWii, a HobbyKing 12A BlueSeries Speed Controller, and a batch of Turnigy 2204-14T motors for the engines. Electricity is a good ole Lithium battery, and not a fusion engine. And we have no idea what happens if it hits 88mph.
VIA [ TechnaBob ]