This is such a genius idea

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    The guy used a VR helmet that had gyroscopic sensors to control the camera inside the model F-16.

    Fucking genius. Also at 3:40 he drops one of his rockets, but loses it ahaha.
     
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    That is about the coolest thing I've ever seen done with a model. Damn that's cool.
     
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    that is so awesome. i want.
     
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    I want this, but I don't want Kenny Loggins playing while I am flying ahahahaha
     
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    That is pretty fucking cool!!

    I am fairly avid RC flyer, when I get time and this is going to probably be the next evolution in that industry too. Interesting to see how technology evolves and the areas it impacts.


    Fasttrak
     
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    Definitely one of the best things I've seen in a while. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Honestly, this is about the next best thing to actually flying a real F-16 ahaha.

    Also no puke-a-rometer
     
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    attach a mini-nuke to it
     

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