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B go beyond

A project in Southampton, United Kingdom by B

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Fast on the road and in difficult terrain, agile in the air - Go beyond the limits!
Backers: 427
Average Pledge Per Backer: £287

Funded: £122,366 of £86,500
Dates: May 24th -> Jul 3rd (40 days)
Project By: B
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Latest News

B featured in The Gadget Show!!

July 1st - via:
Please follow the link Jump to  30.00 min to see B in action.   (Read More)


June 29th - via:

Flying Remote Controlled Car up on Kickstarter

June 25th - via:
British engineer created a unique car-helicopter hybrid capable of driving across difficult terrain using large rear drive wheels and when the obstacles become too big, it can simply take-off and fly over them. A working unit has already been demonstrated and the entire project is up for Crowdfunding on Kickstarter. (Read More)

B Flying Car, Remote Controlled Vehicle Hits Kickstarter (video)

June 24th - via:
If you are looking for a very unique and innovative remote-controlled vehicle you might be interested in a new Kickstarter project called the B Flying Car which is currently in its final stages of funding. (Read More)

Flying car gets funded on Kickstarter, but don't get too excited

June 24th - via:
Witold Mielniczek's flying car has soared past its funding goal, but we're holding out for a version we can sit in. (Read More)

B: An Ambitious Remote Controlled Car Cum Helicopter Exceeds Pledged Amount On Kickstarter

June 22nd - via:
Projects on Kickstarter tend to have outlandish names like Stompy, Velomobile and RoboRoach, but when a PhD scholar Witold Mielniczek decided to name with a single alphabet ‘B’, one could surely predict that this project was going to rise above the rest. In its prototype stage B, is now a fully functioning small remote controlled hybrid car-helicopter that has the ability to travel across tough terrain and if situation demands set flight almost instantly. The main body is made out of polycarbonate that houses Ackermann steering mechanism with servo and the 11.1 V 2200mAh Li-Po battery. The detachable driving rings contain the 7 inch propellers that can help the car fly. Continuing with the tradition of attaching cameras with mini drones B has an onboard camera capable of recording videos at 720p that can be stored with help of microSD cards. (Read More)

B the University of Southampton Take Off Competition 2013 winner.

June 20th - via:
I am proud to announce that B has been awarded a prize of £5000 at the University of Southampton Take Off Competition 2013. The judging criteria were: 1. Innovation 2. Market Opportunity 3. Financial Viability The money will be used in development... (Read More)

B website

June 18th - via:
Please have a look on new B website. The page is currently under development but the website will feature the online shop with upgrades.  Please subscribe for the latest information, let us know what do you think about it.... (Read More)

The Indestructible remote controlled flying car

June 10th - via:
'B', the remote controlled car-quadcopter hybrid designed to survive falls from great heights and take-off while driving with built-in HD video camera. (Read More)

Transforming R/C Vehicle Conquers Both Land And Air

June 8th - via:
Kickstarter is the place to find unique gadgets like B, a RC vehicle that can go from land to air with the flip of a switch, all while filming on its HD camera. (Read More)

Driving to flying transition

June 5th - via:
The transition from driving to flying is achieved seamlessly, just by flicking the toggle switch on your RC transmitter. Take off from stationary: Step 1) stop the vehicle, flick the toggle switch (mode) on the top left corner of the RC transmitter.... (Read More)

Interesting Kickstarter Project: An RC Car-Quadcopter Called "B" [video]

June 3rd - via:
There’s just something fascinating about RC vehicles, which makes people of all ages spend a lot of money on what some would dismiss as mere toys. Well they are toys, but not in a childish way, as some like the “B” car-quadcopter are quite serious and advanced machines. (Read More)

R/C car-quadcopter seeks Kickstarter funding [w/video]

May 30th - via:
Go ahead and clear off your holiday wish list. You're going to need some space. Behold the B: the remote controlled offspring of a toy car and a quadcopter. The machine is capable of vertical take off and landing thanks to four seven-inch propeller blades mounted at each wheel hub. Each rotor makes use of a brushless motor and the body and components are made to withstand multiple hard impacts from crash landing. It even features an HD camera in the nose capable of recording up to 32 gigs of 720x1280 video. (Read More)

B is a remote controlled quadrocopter car on Kickstarter

May 26th - via:
Witold Mielniczek is a PhD student who is working on an ambitious project. Titled "B", he hopes to fund his project of building a remote controlled quadrocopter (flying car) with the help of Kickstarter. "B" is a regular remote controlled car until a switch is flicked and the four propellers housed within the wheels come to life and allow "B" to fly for a whole 15 minutes. A 720p HD camera and a microSD card slot is on board as well. (Read More)

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