Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Fagburn: So Here It Is Merry Xmas Everybody's Having Fun...

Created by Amsterdam-based designer Ruben Pater, the Drone Survival Guide is, on one side, a rough bird watcher's guide to the modern robot at war. The other side is a short section of printed survival tips, and the guides are available in Pashto, Dutch, German, Italian, Indonesian, Arabic, and English. 

The selection of drones included in the guide leads heavily towards those from NATO member countries, with the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Germany, and the United States all represented, as well as NATO itself, for the other member countries that use these drones. Partly because those are the countries that have used drones, in Afghanistan and elsewhere,,,

Also represented are drones from China, Morocco, India, the United Arab Emirates, and Israel. In fact, Pater told Popular Science that part of his inspiration came from people in the Gaza Strip, who filmed Israeli drones overhead, and the challenge of making out what kind of machine it is from the silhouette alone...


• Chris Woods' Drone Watch.

• There were no trains from Brighton to London yesterday, so Fagburn will not be spending Christmas day at his mum's.
He is thus very, very sad (Though our Tom finally managed to make it to Plymouth - without DLB! Swings, roundabouts etc.)

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