Really, why shouldn't keyboards fly? A new suitcase-size kit by Dutch artist Jasper van Loenen lets you attach four rotors to almost any object so that you can fly it like a drone.
The kit includes instructions for 3-D printing four clamps that screw into the object and hold the mounts for propellers. You also need to 3-D print a body to house the electronics, which include a radio receiver, flight controller, bluetooth module, and four motors, each with an electronic speed controller.
In the video below, van Loenen drone-ifies a bicycle tire, a keyboard, a boogie board, a book, and an old landline phone. The possibilites are constrained almost entirely by physics—too heavy an object and the motors can't lift it, too weirdly shaped and it won't be able to fly straight. For now, there's no camera included in the plans, so the pilot has to remain in sight of the drone.
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I like this. It seems pointless at first, but its really not.
Jasper van Loenen, you sir are a genius.