Swedish inventor tests homemade manned multicopter

The number of companies developing flying cars and copters for transporting passengers is constantly growing. Amateurs, who create air transport vehicles with their own hands, keep up with them. A good example is a video posted on YouTube by a Swedish inventor.

The aircraft developed by him is an open platform for the pilot with a control system, to which are attached eight small engines with rotors. Despite the potential danger of the design in this form, the creator of the multicopter showed the utmost caution during takeoff, which he frankly admitted after landing.

Another inventor, Thorstin Crijens, created a similar model, but with 16 engines. The enthusiasm and ardent desire of daring inventors to fly cannot but arouse deep respect. The only thing I want to wish them is caution in their difficult and sometimes dangerous business.