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Flybrix Turns LEGO Bricks Into Mini-drones

If you are interested in LEGO bricks and want to use them in a techno-innovative way, you’ll want to check out Flybrix.

Flybrix is a do-it-yourself toy drone made from LEGO bricks. Though the company is not associated with LEGO, while the bricks are similar, colored building blocks.

Flybrix is Amir Hirsch’s, Robb Walters’ and Holly Kasum’s co-work. They all have master or have PhD degrees in technology and marketing and, they created a mutual project.

The Flybrix is a kit that you can build a toy drone in a quadcopter, hexacopter or an octocopter configuration. Plus, Flybrix are rebuildable and crash-friendly, which means that you can crash and re-make your drone over and over again.

Let’s watch the introductory video,


 
Once you built your drone, you can control it using your smartphone and an app, which is available for Android and iOS. The company says the kits are suitable for 14 and up aged kids, and there are more options for advanced builders.

To adopt cool drones, Flybrix provides a way for you to build creative drones with your LEGO blocks.

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