While drones are actively developing the sphere of delivering food and goods directly to the place of residence of buyers, drone developers are already thinking about new directions for their use that can turn the world around. The embodiment of this was a quadcopter ... for transporting a hammock.
The idea is quite simple: the hammock can now perform not only the usual swinging left and right and vice versa, but also freely move in space with the help of a quadcopter.
One of the problems with building such ingenious pieces is to create a UAV that can hold a person's weight. As you know, the carrying capacity of most flying drones is limited to a few kilograms, which corresponds to the weight of a good video camera.
Another problem is that the hammock is intended solely for relaxation, and the endless hum of running engines does not contribute to this in any way.
The bad news is that the video presented with the amazing invention is just a CG ad for a Dutch insurance company.