Drone Video: The Candle Project – “Kids day out with the drone!”

///Drone Video: The Candle Project – “Kids day out with the drone!”

Drone Video: The Candle Project – “Kids day out with the drone!”

Watching children have such a positive reaction to an educational experience is amazing, regardless of where in the world it happens. The Candle Project has shared the video below that shows Indian children and very real excitement. What got them excited? A quadcopter that was used to demonstrate the concept of how things fly. This is a great example of the real world good that drones can do. With so many stories about the negative aspects, it’s important to remember the positives, too.

Kids day out with the drone!

It flies! But it has 4 fans! The kids had an amazing workshop when they were introduced to the concept of ‘How things fly!’
Yuvraj Karunchund who flies remote controlled aeroplanes showed the kids how he flies his remote controlled Quadcopter! It was a great day of fun, learning and imagination!

Kids day out with the drone!

The Candle Project Logo

The Candle Project Logo

About The Candle Project

The Candle Project is an Indian organization with the vision of providing every child with opportunities to make their team believable and goals reachable.

It is a movement to empower children from underprivileged communities through holistic learning and quality education for self sustainable and independent living. the organization works to re-model the education space by integration learning with arts through partnership programs with good infrastructure schools.

 

By | 2017-08-31T15:24:13+00:00 October 3rd, 2015|Drone Videos, Drones|Comments Off on Drone Video: The Candle Project – “Kids day out with the drone!”

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