Your dreams of creating amazing aerial photography are about to become a reality.
Thanks to one gadget-loving couple, your DSLR may be taking flight sometime soon. Meet the eye3 hexacopter, a six-armed carbon-fiber UAV that was created to take your camera airborne. It uses Google Maps and open-source code to navigate, and it's modular for simple repairs after unintentional crash-landings.
The eye3 features three CPUs and a 350-watt motor on each arm. Surprisingly, it can carry a payload of 5 to 10 pounds, plenty of power for your DSLR to take to the air.
Check out some sample shots on engadget's video, here.