It really is like trying to fly the drones and recreate the aerial chase of Star Wars



Battle of the dark side with the Jedi and lightsaber battle like Chamera, such as movie "Star WarsThere are many charms that can not be said in a single word, but there are many people who have been nailed to the scene of the air battle with the allied army and the imperial army space ship. A movie reproducing the air chase of such a powerful star wars by using drones has been made public, and it has contents worth seeing at first glance.

Drone Star Wars - YouTube


TIE fighter · X wing · TIE interceptor are in line 3.


With the storm trooper being talking, R2 - D2 got into the X wing.


The propeller rotates and the X wing emerges ... ...


Escape as it is!


X wings that run away from the Imperial Army and glide over the sky.


I will fly through the ground slay.


It seems that R2 - D2 is also pleased that it escaped with Pippopapo.


However, the TIE interceptor and the two TIE fighters chased the X wing.


Capture the X wing in sight ...


Firing a blaster!


The chasing X wing runs under the bridge.


The TIE fighter also goes under the bridge and tries to shoot down the X wing which escapes ... ...


I can not follow the rapid turning of the X wing and crash into the bridge.


It fell into the forest as it was.


It is somehow an X wing that defeated one, but another TIE fighter will attack from behind.


X wing to manage the blaster somehow.


The blaster lands on the lake and the splashes soar.


Rise towards the sky ... ...


Right with Gurun as it is.


At the place opposite TIE fighter, shot down with a blaster.


The remainder is TIE interceptor only.


The X wing runs into the forest where trees grow.


X wing running through the trees with tremendous speed. This scene reminds me of the planet Endia in the forest that appeared in Star Wars episode IV.


X wing attached behind the TIE interceptor shoots a blaster!


Hell totally hit TIE interceptor ......


It crashed as it is.


"Imperial March" reminiscent of the dark side flowed Someone who wore a black hood came out of the TIE interceptor.


The true identity of a hooded case is red R2 - D2. The R2 - D2 of the appearance which looks like it fell to the dark side does not make it tremble, looking at one point. This is an expansion that is expected to be a sequel.


Making movies that are closer to the details of how the Drone Star Wars was shot with intense aerial chase are released and can be confirmed from the following movie.

DRONE STAR WARS: The Complete Saga - YouTube


The air chase of the X wing and the TIE interceptor was taken with a real drone.


The drones that the two of them are flying are flying at a horrible speed.


All complicated movements such as steep turning and one turn are all due to pilot operation.


Shooting the chase scene of two drone while actually maneuvering.


When you adjust the cockpit to the shot image, it becomes like the upper right corner of the screen.


Cockpit is actually made using 3D printers rather than CG.


Fix the cockpit to the board, put GoPro in it and shoot.


While checking the image taken with the drones on the iPhone attached to the top, I shoot by moving the cockpit by hand.


Because the drone is flying outside, shooting of the cockpit was done outside. If you do not match the light of the sun hitting the cockpit and the aircraft with the actual sunlight hitting the drones, it will make you feel uncomfortable, so you tilt your body and shoot at various angles.


A little dark scene ......


It is the feeling that the sun pours light into the airframe. The shooting caused problems such as too large a cockpit that appears on the screen, which means that it was pretty difficult.


Where is the shooting where you are taking pictures with a cockpit alone while you alone?


A model of a TIE fighter actually made.


For the opening scene "R2 - D2 gets on the X wing and escapes", we create three spaceships and shoot.


Finally it is completed with special effects such as blaster, explosion, flying X wing and TIE fighter.


It takes a few minutes to see it in the video, but in fact it is quite obvious that it was made with considerable effort.

in Hardware,   Video, Posted by darkhorse_log