Wednesday, March 28, 2007

How to videotape your neighbourhood from above


I suddenly realized that I have everything I need to videotape my neighbourhood from above. All it takes is an RC airplane (my newly acquired Multiplex Acromaster), a mobile phone (my SonyEricsson K600i), some double sided tape and couple of strips. Voila!

I'm not sure what Accenture policy says about attaching company property to an RC plane and flying around with it. Best not to ask. Nils, if you read this, I promise never to do it again.


Should you decide to go down this path, and you happen to crash your plane while recording, make sure to leave message on the phone telling whoever finds it, who to call (not yourself, dumbass, you just lost your phone). That way you have a certain chance of getting your phone back, and maybe even your plane.

Since I enjoy misusing any new technology I get my hands on, I obviously uploaded the recorded video to YouTube. Enjoy the movie!

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