A Scotsman driving through the Highlands stumbled on a new Top Gear shoot and filmed it with a quadcopter.
In early December, online retail goliath Amazon made headlines when they announced their plan for octocopter delivery drones, but that's not the only use for multi-rotor aerial technology. Similar multicopters have become extremely popular with photography and filmmaking enthusiasts in recent years by offering a reasonably inexpensive way to take aerial photos and videos.
The popular crowd-funding site Kickstarter seems to be the place to look these days if you want to find really cool and unique gadgets. Gadgets like a remote control car that can turn into a quadcopter with the press of a button.