It’s 2016, so obviously Santa’s sleigh has been replaced with a drone.
YouTuber turned CNN staffer Casey Neistat has wowed us spate of durations. He took us for a snowboarding trip through the street of NYC. He showed us what it’s like to wing in an ultra sumptuous plane.
But this time Neistat took his love for drones a little bit further by constructing a massive drone capable of hoisting a full-grown husband off the soil. Mostly he precisely used it to pull him on a snowboard.
“It’s a droning. It’s actually a droning, ” Neistat can be heard yelling into his camera, shutting down the inevitable thousands that will inevitably announce his stunt fake.
In the clip Neistat snowboards through a wintery wonderland at a ski resort, high-fiving tourists while the massive droning drags him along.
Jesse Wellens posted a behind-the-scenes video on his YouTube channel where it’s been demonstrated that Neistat and crew traveled to Finland to movie his “epic holiday video.” There you can also get a little closer shot of the massive droning, which apparently took nearly a year to build.
Neistat may have stopped his daily vlogging, but he’s emphatically not disappointing any of his 6 million YouTube readers. Unless they’re bummed out by branded videos, because the clip was been supported by Samsung and peculiarity its 360 camera a few durations in the video, though this type of sponsorship is nothing new for Neistat.
A 360 -degree video from Samsung of the occasion about to be launching sometime on Tuesday.