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CopterPack – a device that turns people into a helicopter – makes its first test flight

The Australian company CopterPack has launched a flying device that turns the user into a helicopter. The CopterPack Device was successful in the first test flight.

In recent times, jetpack flying devices have made great progress, even being put to the test by navies of some countries around the world. To make a difference, the Australian company CopterPack has launched a flying device that turns the user into a helicopter. Recently, this device has had its first successful test flight.

The CopterPack flying device is equipped with two large rotors with a diameter of 90 cm. As explained on the company’s homepage, the airframe is lightweight and made from honeycomb textured carbon fiber. Overall, the device looks rather bulky, grotesque but manageable and stable enough to take off from the ground. In the video posted on YouTube, its pilot performed a takeoff from a hill near the coast and reached an impressive height above the beach.

The whole demonstration didn’t last long, and the most likely explanation is the limitation of the battery pack. That might also be the reason why the two rotors have such large fans, which solve the energy storage problem because they lift the CopterPack faster than the smaller propellers. At the moment, the details about this interesting flying device are still not much, but hopefully it can be put into production at some level, thereby providing another solution to conquer the sky. for human.

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