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Thanksgiving Drones?

The world of drones is constantly pushing the envelope and trying to see how many ways that they can utilize drones. Since Thanksgiving is coming, we wanted to showcase something that would get us in the Holiday season. Did you know that there are all sorts of resources on preparing your Thanksgiving Dinner with….drones?

There are YouTube videos on how to hunt a turkey, cook a turkey and EVEN make your favorite side dishes. Here are some examples of the videos that are adding to the many ways that drones are used.

Cooking The Bird

IntelligentUAS released a video last year of a drone operator using a drone to dip a turkey into a deep fryer. Why? Because they could. Of course, there are other ways to cook a turkey with a drone. Hobbyking.com produced a video of a drone with a flamethrower toasting a turkey in the middle of the woods.

Side Dishes

Autel Robotics used a drone to peel potatoes, chop carrots, and whip up a big bowl of creamy mashed potatoes and gravy. Of course, we know here at V-drone that this is all for novelty use. Successful brands are always looking for ways to create new and ingenious content. No matter your brand, our partner company Velocity Agency is the team that can help you brainstorm and produce content that will intrigue your audience.

The Hunt

Although most people just head down to their local grocery store to pick out their perfect turkey, there are a select few that still hunt their turkey! It’s important to remember that in many states, it’s unlawful to hunt using a drone. Even if it isn’t illegal where you live, you might want to think about a drone taking the old-fashioned fun out of the hunt.

Here at V-drone, we are big proponents of using drones for photography and videography. If you MUST use your drone this holiday season, fly your drone over your yard to video your family playing football or take a picture of your outdoor holiday decorations. Whatever you choose to do, we hope that you have a Happy Thanksgiving. We are thankful for you!

 

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