The Delightful Moment Ugandan Kids See A Drone Fly For The First Time

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Here’s how excited the children are when they see a camera drone for the first time in their lives. It’s truly amazing to feel their excitement.

A Texas filmmaker, Brandon Smith, was in a small village in northern Uganda, filming with a nonprofit organization teaching children about hygiene and personal/community health, when he brought out his camera drone for the local kids.

The excited children immediately began screaming and running after the technological equipment that flew above them.

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In the U.S., people are rather indifferent toward technology perhaps because they see so much of it every day. In Uganda, where the average family earns less than $800 per year, a gadget like a $300 drone is certainly a big deal.

 

 

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“The headmaster of a school there asked me to give the kids a show with the drone. I launched the DJI Phantom 3 Professional and flew a short flight. The students loved it and kept asking for more once the drone landed” Smith states in the description of the video on YouTube.

He added he has become a “village celebrity” and that, “Though excited and curious, some of the children were also nervous as they had never seen or even heard of drones before.”

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Check out the adorable video above, and feel the children’s happiness. 

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