Mar 22

Longtime experimental aircraft builder/pilot here

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Very neat idea... until machines like this came around, pretty much any powerd lift, vectored thrust multi-powerplant aircraft or rotorcraft were all so risky, inherently unstable, and quite often were outright dangerous as heck.... one tiny part failure and the pilot could be dead or horribly maimed. This machine has enough redundancy plus computer controlled stabilization to be a safe and viable flying machine..... I’m both a pilot, and a computer scientist, and thus usually I have a huge mistrust of both aircraft and anything computer controlled, lol! But I’ve definitely put my request in for a flight in this machine!

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