Remote Control Car With Camera

Remote Control Car With Camera

Big Issues Environment Food Social Justice Culture Business Share Comments Somebody Put a Camera on a Toy Car and Drove It Into a Pride of Lions Eight curious lions and a remote control buggy make for one gorgeous viral video. Nov 25, 2013· 0 MIN READ Salvatore Cardoni holds a political science degree from the George Washington University. He’s written about all things environment since 2007. Bio File this one under up close and personal. While recently on assignment in Botswana, wildlife photographer Chris McLennan mounted a camera onto a remote control car and drove it into a pride of wild lions. Not much happens at first, with the four-wheeled intruder only piquing the interest of two inquiring lionesses. But as the car inches nearer the napping pride, each big cat quickly perks up and strides over to it. The result is a succession of gorgeous close-ups: stoic faces, piercing yellow eyes, terrifying canine teeth, and prodding paws. The four-minute video was uploaded to YouTube on Nov. 22 and has since gone viral, collecting 1.6 million views. Lions have vanished from more than 80 percent of their historic range and are extinct in 26 countries, according to Panthera, a wildcat conservation group. Only 20,000 remain in the wild, down from a global population of 200,000 in the 1950s. The apex predators are threatened by a range of factors, including habitat loss, scarcity of wild prey because of overhunting by humans, and retaliatory poisoning by herders and farmers after lions kill their livestock. If the situation doesn’t change dramatically, some experts predict that lions could be extinct in the wild in 10 to 20 years.
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Remote Control Car With Camera

Share Comments Somebody Put a Camera on a Toy Car and Drove It Into a Pride of Lions Eight curious lions and a remote control buggy make for one gorgeous viral video. Nov 25, 2013· 0 MIN READ Salvatore Cardoni holds a political science degree from the George Washington University. He’s written about all things environment since 2007. Bio File this one under up close and personal. While recently on assignment in Botswana, wildlife photographer Chris McLennan mounted a camera onto a remote control car and drove it into a pride of wild lions. Not much happens at first, with the four-wheeled intruder only piquing the interest of two inquiring lionesses. But as the car inches nearer the napping pride, each big cat quickly perks up and strides over to it. The result is a succession of gorgeous close-ups: stoic faces, piercing yellow eyes, terrifying canine teeth, and prodding paws. The four-minute video was uploaded to YouTube on Nov. 22 and has since gone viral, collecting 1.6 million views. Lions have vanished from more than 80 percent of their historic range and are extinct in 26 countries, according to Panthera, a wildcat conservation group. Only 20,000 remain in the wild, down from a global population of 200,000 in the 1950s. The apex predators are threatened by a range of factors, including habitat loss, scarcity of wild prey because of overhunting by humans, and retaliatory poisoning by herders and farmers after lions kill their livestock. If the situation doesn’t change dramatically, some experts predict that lions could be extinct in the wild in 10 to 20 years.
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Remote Control Car With Camera

Somebody Put a Camera on a Toy Car and Drove It Into a Pride of Lions Eight curious lions and a remote control buggy make for one gorgeous viral video. Nov 25, 2013· 0 MIN READ Salvatore Cardoni holds a political science degree from the George Washington University. He’s written about all things environment since 2007. Bio File this one under up close and personal. While recently on assignment in Botswana, wildlife photographer Chris McLennan mounted a camera onto a remote control car and drove it into a pride of wild lions. Not much happens at first, with the four-wheeled intruder only piquing the interest of two inquiring lionesses. But as the car inches nearer the napping pride, each big cat quickly perks up and strides over to it. The result is a succession of gorgeous close-ups: stoic faces, piercing yellow eyes, terrifying canine teeth, and prodding paws. The four-minute video was uploaded to YouTube on Nov. 22 and has since gone viral, collecting 1.6 million views. Lions have vanished from more than 80 percent of their historic range and are extinct in 26 countries, according to Panthera, a wildcat conservation group. Only 20,000 remain in the wild, down from a global population of 200,000 in the 1950s. The apex predators are threatened by a range of factors, including habitat loss, scarcity of wild prey because of overhunting by humans, and retaliatory poisoning by herders and farmers after lions kill their livestock. If the situation doesn’t change dramatically, some experts predict that lions could be extinct in the wild in 10 to 20 years.
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Remote Control Car With Camera

What do I actually do? I control a radio controlled car from inside my house using a monitor with a live feed from the car. This makes me able to sit inside my house driving the car more than 200m away from me while watching the monitor.How it worksA camera is attached to the car, and the camera is connected to a video transmitter. The video transmitter transmits the video signal back to my video receiver attached to a tall pole just outside my house. I long cable runs from the video receiver to the inside of my house, were the cable is connected to the monitor and the video is displayed.

Remote Control Car With Camera

With these very simple and doable steps, you can make use of your rc car as a tool for surveillance in you own home. You can actually use a bigger car for this, but smaller cars are ideal if its meant to be a spy car. For more remote control car ideas, visit bestrcshops.wordpress.com.
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Remote Control Car With Camera

Step 10: You’re All Set!Show All ItemsWith these very simple and doable steps, you can make use of your rc car as a tool for surveillance in you own home. You can actually use a bigger car for this, but smaller cars are ideal if its meant to be a spy car. For more remote control car ideas, visit bestrcshops.wordpress.com.
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Remote Control Car With Camera

Nov 25, 2013· 0 MIN READ Salvatore Cardoni holds a political science degree from the George Washington University. He’s written about all things environment since 2007. Bio File this one under up close and personal. While recently on assignment in Botswana, wildlife photographer Chris McLennan mounted a camera onto a remote control car and drove it into a pride of wild lions. Not much happens at first, with the four-wheeled intruder only piquing the interest of two inquiring lionesses. But as the car inches nearer the napping pride, each big cat quickly perks up and strides over to it. The result is a succession of gorgeous close-ups: stoic faces, piercing yellow eyes, terrifying canine teeth, and prodding paws. The four-minute video was uploaded to YouTube on Nov. 22 and has since gone viral, collecting 1.6 million views. Lions have vanished from more than 80 percent of their historic range and are extinct in 26 countries, according to Panthera, a wildcat conservation group. Only 20,000 remain in the wild, down from a global population of 200,000 in the 1950s. The apex predators are threatened by a range of factors, including habitat loss, scarcity of wild prey because of overhunting by humans, and retaliatory poisoning by herders and farmers after lions kill their livestock. If the situation doesn’t change dramatically, some experts predict that lions could be extinct in the wild in 10 to 20 years.
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Remote Control Car With Camera

File this one under up close and personal. While recently on assignment in Botswana, wildlife photographer Chris McLennan mounted a camera onto a remote control car and drove it into a pride of wild lions. Not much happens at first, with the four-wheeled intruder only piquing the interest of two inquiring lionesses. But as the car inches nearer the napping pride, each big cat quickly perks up and strides over to it. The result is a succession of gorgeous close-ups: stoic faces, piercing yellow eyes, terrifying canine teeth, and prodding paws. The four-minute video was uploaded to YouTube on Nov. 22 and has since gone viral, collecting 1.6 million views. Lions have vanished from more than 80 percent of their historic range and are extinct in 26 countries, according to Panthera, a wildcat conservation group. Only 20,000 remain in the wild, down from a global population of 200,000 in the 1950s. The apex predators are threatened by a range of factors, including habitat loss, scarcity of wild prey because of overhunting by humans, and retaliatory poisoning by herders and farmers after lions kill their livestock. If the situation doesn’t change dramatically, some experts predict that lions could be extinct in the wild in 10 to 20 years.
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Show All ItemsAre there times that you feel like you should have a surveillance system in your home, but still need to save up for it? Or are you a frustrated spy? You can fulfill all of these (no matter how surreal it may be) in a simple and cheap way. All you need is a remote control car possibly an old model you’ve grown to use, battery, small screw driver, wireless camera, and a roll of electrical tape. Are you ready? Let’s get started.