They’ve been used for everything ranging from awesome surfing videos to birds-eye views of the Big Apple. Heck, even Facebook’s building them. Drones are very much the in thing, and with a camera planted firmly atop, you can capture some pretty amazing footage.
With that in mind, TravelByDrone [as reported on Skift] is serving a growing demand for these videos, letting anyone share existing drone-recorded YouTube skits, alongside their corresponding location.
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A team curates the submissions to ensure everything’s legitimate, after which it’s pinned on a map for everyone to enjoy. You can scroll the world over, or search by a specific location – it’s a really quite brilliant resource.
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