Ghost droning became quite the phenomenon during the last Halloween holiday. Many new drone owners saw the potential in creating their drones for Halloween ghost pranks. The idea is pretty simple.
Operators attach drones to a frame that they program to fly around in stable flight. That frame is then covered in a Halloween costume – often a ghost.
The ghost then flies around a neighborhood, scaring unsuspecting children as they go door-to-door for candy. The footage is then uploaded to YouTube, and everyone has a good laugh.…Continue reading