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The rising popularity of drone photography has allowed people to appreciate the beauty of any landscape from above. However, currently, drones are not only used for cinematic aerial video recording. As the demand for esports increases, drone racing is slowly but surely making its mark.
Unlike the average drone user who watches their drone from the ground and enjoys the recorded footage once the camera is back on the ground, racing drone pilots are allowed to experience a first-person view (FPV), which enables them to immerse themselves in a real-life racing experience.
The Jakarta Post spoke with Irwan Baidowi, known as OneGlove, who shares his experience beyond the speed and limits of drone racing.
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