There’s not a soul in this world that would mind becoming a superhuman freak. Even if high altitudes scare the hell out of you, flying drones still would fascinate you. Having said that, we are all dwellers of the planet Earth and not from Krypton. Hence, it would not make any sense trying to acquire our powers from the yellow sun. And what’s absolutely clear to us all is that science cannot help us become super heroes by any stretch of imagination.
If you want to fly high in the sky without the fear of crashing down into the ground and succumbing to wounds, drone racing equipped with First Person View (FPV) is the best thing that could ever happen to you. The whole experience of putting on Virtual Reality goggles and viewing first hand what is being transmitted directly from the drone’s eye is just a phenomenal experience. More and more people are getting interested in this great sport which is currently just a hobby.
In the days to come, there is a high probability that drone racing might eventually get transformed into a really big sport. At least most of us are getting this feeling. Sponsors have started to take interest in investing big bucks into this burgeoning sport. What’s really encouraging is that the largest broadcaster of sports events in the world, ESPN, is getting on in the act. They have announced to telecast drone racing competitions live on their channels later on in the year. We do not have particulars about their deal but this is not a rumour that should be taken lightly.
Currently, we anticipate that this industry is likely to take some time before making it really big. As the common saying goes, the ideal deals are made when everyone is focusing on something else. For those of you looking to latch onto an opportunity that’s going to be really exciting, thrilling, fun and financially attractive, then drone racing might be the way to go.
You could become a part of something that is going to become the next big thing!