Filmmaker Uses Quadcopter And Rage Buggy To Create Micro Machines In Real-Life

Just wonderful.

1. Filmmaker Philip Bloom has created a real-life version of the popular 1980s toy Micro Machines.

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2. Using a DJI Phantom Vision 2+ quadcopter, Bloom shot the footage above a dirt track in Suffolk.

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3. Bloom claims the brilliant video was shot in just 20 minutes.

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4. The Rage Buggy was driven by Keith Maude, who apparently also owns the track.

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5. The footage is pretty mesmerising at times.

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6. Bloom said: “I was a bit slow at times reacting but it’s quite tricky to do a natural move/spin if you need to suddenly play catch up.”

“You just need to do it a few times to be ready… only had 3 tries!”

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7. Fantastic.

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8. Check out the full film here.

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Richard James is the UK news editor for BuzzFeed and is based in London.
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