Violincopter: The World’s First Flying Violin [VIDEO]

Why fly a plane, when you can fly a violin?

Violincopter: The World's First Flying Violin
Meet Alejo Pesce and his odd flying vehicle! He is a wedding photographer from Reston Virginia, USA and in his spare time, he likes to build remote-controlled quadcopters and tricopters, which he flies over the parks near his home.

He has built multiple drone-like devices and now that he has learned how to construct and fly these vehicles, he has gotten creative with them. His latest invention is a flying violin called a violincopter and to see it in action check out the video below.

It would be even cooler if it went around playing through Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas by itself, that many could listen to the music as it came their way.

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