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The DroneVibes Podcast will deliver the latest information in the world of multirotors, quadcopters, hexcopters, octocopters, tricopters. We cover events in the media that have to do with drones. We review and provide tips and tricks on multirotor setup, flying, aerial video and photography and post flight editing. Each episode we will answer your questions and comments. Our focus is on everyone that has an interest in flying multirotors for fun, hobby, or professional.


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DVP #104 | Petr Talks About Some Very Interesting Water-Based Drone Shoots | Shooting on The Mississippi River | Tips For Shooting Over Water
In this episode Petr talks about a trip to Louisiana where he shot some drone footage on the Mississippi River.
DVP #102 | Interdrone 2016 Wrap-Up | DJI Mavic Pro and GoPro Karma – First Looks | Be Sure To Read The FAA Temporary Flight Restriction (TFR) Before You Fly
  In this episode Petr gives us a wrap-up of this visit to the Interdrone 2016 (  show and talks about all the very cool new drone technology that was on display. WATCH THE VIDEO INTERVIEWS HERE We also take a first look at two new VERY Popular drones: DJI Mavic Pro and the GoPro Karma Lastly, Petr talks about his experience flying a job in New York harbor that was well outside of the restricted air space and outside of the FAA TFR.  However, he later realized he should have read the TFR… Listen in and find out why!
DVP #101 UPDATED | We Discuss The Pix4D Drone Mapping Software | Question From A Listener About Our Flight Log Preferences
This week we talk about the Pix4D Drone Mapping Software (  We also discuss a question from a listener in Australia who wanted to know what our flight log preferences are. Below is a video that Petr talked about on the podcast… Using Drones for 3D site Modeling: 3D Model of Archaeological Site, created with DJI Phantom 4 Drone and Pix4D Mapper Software from NotAdrone on Vimeo. This video is a fly-through animation of a 3D model of archaeological excavation site – an 1860 brewery storage cellar in Williamsburg (now Brooklyn), NY. This site was uncovered during a construction project and will not be preserved. Archaeologist Celia Bergoffen has led the project of unearthing the site and documenting it before it’s destroyed. As a part of this effort, she has approached Petr Hejl about capturing the site by a drone and using the video along with other ground and interior video material to create a full high resolution 3D model of the top and the inside of the cellar. What you see in the animation is a lower resolution 3D model created from a video captured by flying over the site in grid pattern with DJI Phantom 4 Drone, no ground footage was used to create this particular model. The drone was flown at low altitude (just above the railing surrounding the site, with the camera pointed straight down, in a double-grid pattern with 70% side overlap). Two double-grid flight videos were uploaded to Pix4D mapper software to create this model. The program was set to extract every 30th frame – at 30fps, this would be an equivalent of capturing a still image every 1 second. Total of 1187 frames have been used to create this model. Rapidly evolving drone and computer technology makes it now possible to create high resolution 3D digital models of real world structures and sites at relatively low cost, making them an invaluable tool for archaeologists, architects, environmental engineers, educators, and many other professionals. Big thanks to Celia Bergoffen for all her hard work in lieu of preserving our past for the future. To learn more about drone mapping and 3D modeling services, please, contact Petr Hejl at Equipment: DJI Phantom 4 Drone Software: Pix4D mapper Lead Archaeologist: Celia Bergoffen Drone camera operator: Petr Hejl Model & Video Animation Created by: Petr Hejl
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Dec 20th, 2015
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Dec 1st, 2016
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