First 3D quadcopter
Should have been just a matter of time until the first full acrobatic multicopters would come to the market.
It's Curtis Youngblood who's offering the Stingray
Citation from his website:
Full collective pitch 3D quadcopter allows for flight in forward, backward, sideways directions, and maneuvers such as but not limited to loops, rolls, etc.. What does this mean for a quad? Fully aerobatic FPV, for one, and general sport/competition flying previously not possible in sustained maneuvers on multi-rotor machines.
3D Flying Tested On Model - Tic-toc, Pirouetting Aerobatics, Kaos, Hurricane, Funnel, etc…