With the huge popularity of privately owned drones, here are a small collection of Drone prints. Please click on the link below that will take you to a few companies who sell them.
Casio calculator, This was my very first calculator, and one of the first electronic devices I ever owned. This dates back to around 1974 or ’75, I thought it was fascinating. The coolest thing, I had that calculator well into the early 90s, I think it took 2 double A batteries. I think it just eventually died.
The Hydro Powered Jetovator,and the many other jet packs. This was popular in the 1960s I remember watching Sean Connery in one. I’m pretty sure it was in the 4th installment of Bond which was Tunderball from 1965, and Professor John Robinson jetted off in one in the TV show Lost In Space. Its to bad they didn’t make a 2 hour TV movie of theatrical release of the show it was really cool. Now why actually fly now when a drone can do all the work.
USS Zumwalt, the new 1.4billion dollar Navy Destroyer. Named after Admiral Elmo Zumwalt, This Destroyer was manufactured at Bath Iron Works, located in Bath,ME dose the military really need a billion dollar ship. This futuristic ship oddly has its commanding officer with the most famous sounding name, believe it our or not Zumwalt ’s commanding officer is Captain James A. Kirk. The Space Kirk was actually James T, but it was a great story none the less
The Black Box, flight data recorder, always the only surviving park of a plane, here is a collection.