Not that long ago, drones were best left to the military. The idea of owning and flying your own seemed impossible. But a decade of technological advancements has made a successful consumer market for drones not only possible, but, for some, quite profitable.
For years now, these flying machines have been cobbled together in garages using low-priced sensors, accelerometers, gyroscopes, autopilot systems, processors, and cameras that can be combined to form a small aircraft.
But aside from hobbyists, do people want to build their own drones? READ MORE.