French maker Olivier C builds custom housing for quadcopters that turn them into the crazy “Star Wars” drones you’re looking for. We’ve already seen him build Millennium Falcon and TIE Interceptor drones, and he’s showing no signs of slowing down, with a few new videos displaying his latest creation, an Imperial Star Destroyer drone.
The videos show test flights for the custom build, touting how well the Imperial Star Destroyer looks and flies above the skies of Southern France. The build looks just as impressive as his previous two, with custom LED lights that make the drone look both amazing and imposing. If this thing is coming your way, you’d best turn around and run for your life.
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