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Bionic Bird

Maker - Marc Zeller

Bionic Bird

Maker Story

Avian Awesomeness

It’s not a plane and it’s not just a drone—it’s something much more lifelike. The Bionic Bird mimics a bird in flight, right down to the flapping wings that soar up to 300+ feet.

Founder Edwin Van Ruymbeke built upon mechanical birds designed by his grandfather and father before him. His dream was to combine electronics and smartphone technology to create the most realistic bird drone—though it took many years for the Bionic Bird to finally take flight.

Keeping the bird light enough fly while using a powerful motor and battery was a challenge. But finally, technology caught up with Van Ruymbeke’s vision.

Using the Flying App on your smartphone, simply tilt to direct its path. To recharge, rest the bird on its magnetic, egg-shaped charger and it will be ready for the next flight.

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Discovered 12/14/2015

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Discovered 12/14/2015

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Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Maker Story

Avian Awesomeness

It’s not a plane and it’s not just a drone—it’s something much more lifelike. The Bionic Bird mimics a bird in flight, right down to the flapping wings that soar up to 300+ feet.

Founder Edwin Van Ruymbeke built upon mechanical birds designed by his grandfather and father before him. His dream was to combine electronics and smartphone technology to create the most realistic bird drone—though it took many years for the Bionic Bird to finally take flight.

Keeping the bird light enough fly while using a powerful motor and battery was a challenge. But finally, technology caught up with Van Ruymbeke’s vision.

Using the Flying App on your smartphone, simply tilt to direct its path. To recharge, rest the bird on its magnetic, egg-shaped charger and it will be ready for the next flight.