Not too long ago, kids were content to play with simple toy cars, jigsaw puzzles, or legos. But as technology changed and new toys were created, kids began to look for more complicated, more challenging and even machine driven toys to satisfy their drive for creative ways to play. Remote control toys are the latest in a string of toys that have been created and built to fill this drive. Now even adults are enjoying the experience of playing with remote-controlled toys, also known as toy and hobby grade rc toys.
There is a wide range of mass market and toy-grade radio controlled toys available in the U.S. However, when it comes to frequencies for toys, there are two frequencies that are mainly used, namely the 27 megahertz (MHz) and 49 megahertz (MHz). It is because of these specific radio frequencies that the controller is able to communicate with the toy. Therefore it would be wise to be aware of rc toy channels and radio frequencies if multiple toys are to run alongside each other.
Where do we stand in regards to drones and specifically drone surveillance? Regardless of what we think, recently the Shelby County Sheriff’s department said that they were intending to purchase a pair of drones that will be used strictly for their surveillance abilities to fight crime.
There is an abundance of remote control toys and devices that are out there. With hobbyists increasing every day, it is no wonder that inventors are always on the lookout for some new or novel idea to capture the imagination and should I say it…the money of those hobbyists.
It is the latest gadgetry at the Science Museum in London that is a real cool app for techno geeks to ponder over and wonder at what more the future will bring. This app is used by the Museum to provide a talking hologram to provide visitors with lectures of Museum objects.