Humans are inherently simple creatures of habit. Once a proven way is created we tend to stick to it. Even the smartest engineers at the fringes of technology fall into this trap. Exversa Design tries to break the mold in an industry were there are no clear guidelines, no wrong or right and no limits except the ones in our mind.
Traditional high performance drones are made out of carbon fiber plates. Because of this design constraint, engineers tend to think in straight lines and prioritize ease of production over performance. Exversa Design combines this ‘old’ technique with 3D printing to open up a world of new aerodynamic shapes.
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Graphic: Bas de Beer - basdebeer.com
Texts: Rudie Verweij
Photography: Bas de Beer - basdebeer.com
Film: Bas de Beer - basdebeer.com
Organized by Exversa Design
We believe in the power of 3D printing in the drone industry and high end video equipment for professionals.
We use our deep passion of technology and the hyper connected world we live in to create flying pieces of art. Our drones are used all around the world for video production and exhilarating drone races.