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nilanjan118
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This should be the LIFE GOAL for all Spark owners. Flying the DJI Spark inside a First Class Airplane Suite.





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2019-7-30
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Super cool hahahaha
2019-7-31
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I wonder if it stays still or moves in an opposite direction of aircraft's direction
2019-7-31
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Hi, Nilanjan. Thanks for sharing this photo of Cassey flying his Spark inside the first-class airplane suite. Great find and thank you for your continued support!
2019-7-31
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Sparko Posted at 7-31 06:01
I wonder if it stays still or moves in an opposite direction of aircraft's direction

What happens if you throw a ball up inside a moving train or aircraft? Does it land on your palm again?
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A J Posted at 7-31 00:36
Super cool hahahaha

This guy is hilarious.
2019-7-31
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nilanjan118 Posted at 7-31 15:39
This guy is hilarious.

Yeah, Casey Neistat is quite a unique guy
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nilanjan118 Posted at 7-31 15:39
What happens if you throw a ball up inside a moving train or aircraft? Does it land on your palm again?

Haven't tried , I tıhınk It wouldn't.
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Sparko Posted at 8-1 22:59
Haven't tried , I tıhınk It wouldn't.

Unless there was sudden acceleration or braking of the train after you threw the ball up, it will land on your palm. That's because both you and the ball in your hand are moving at the same speed of the train. When you throw the ball up, inertia of motion makes the ball continue to move at the same speed as there is no acceleration/deceleration on it other than gravity. Sorry for the boring physics lecture.
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nilanjan118 Posted at 8-1 23:18
Unless there was sudden acceleration or braking of the train after you threw the ball up, it will land on your palm. That's because both you and the ball in your hand are moving at the same speed of the train. When you throw the ball up, inertia of motion makes the ball continue to move at the same speed as there is no acceleration/deceleration on it other than gravity. Sorry for the boring physics lecture.

Haha no, Thanks, Using your physics knowledge, can you answer. What happens if you fly a drone in a elevating elevator ?
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Sparko Posted at 8-1 23:32
Haha no, Thanks, Using your physics knowledge, can you answer. What happens if you fly a drone in a elevating elevator ?

It will keep going up with the elevator. Because the bottom sensors will ensure the floor doesn't hit the drone.
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nilanjan118 Posted at 7-31 15:39
What happens if you throw a ball up inside a moving train or aircraft? Does it land on your palm again?

If you're coordinated enough, yes as the ball starts out with the same velocity as the airplane or train.
2019-8-4
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Nicely done - thanks again for sharing!
2019-8-20
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David Martin Graff Posted at 8-20 21:59
Nicely done - thanks again for sharing!

u r welcome
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Kind thanks..
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