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Remote-controlled eco-friendly airplanes on display at Gadgetoff 2009

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Do you wish to bring out the child in you? Then a remote-controlled airplane could do the trick for you. Displaying one such innovation was Breck Baldwin, who flaunted green airplanes at the 2009 Gadgetoff held at Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden, in Livingston yesterday. These remote-controlled airplanes are the brainchild of Brooklyn Aerodrome and are made from eco-friendly materials.

The Gadgetoff 2009, an invitation-only event focusing on various technical and artistic innovations, had a number of gadgets on display, among which the airplanes received a lot of appreciation. The planes are made from recycled material, coroplast, building foam and cardboard. Check out some more interesting details here.

Via: Silive

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