Fly Around the Meredith House

A two-minute video flying around the Meredith House on December 28, 2016.  The video was shot with a DJI Phantom 3 using the POI feature.  The flight was at an altitude of 130 feet and a radius of 130 feet from the center of the house.  The music is attributed to Scott Buckley.

5 thoughts on “Fly Around the Meredith House

    1. It is a feature on the drone I got (DJI Phantom 3 Standard – couldn’t justify more as non-professional and 1st drone). It is Point of Interest (POI) feature. You fly it over the Point of Interest and “mark” it. The drone uses GPS to remember that point. You then set the altitude and radius. The drone does the rest. You can focus on the filming. Pretty cool! With your photographic background, I am happy for you to visit to ‘kick the tires’ on it and see all it does (if you wish).

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  1. My father, Norman McLoughlin, grew up in this house and it was an incredible gift for me to play him this fly around video. My daughters, ages 5 and 7, are around the same age that their grandfather was when he first moved into the Meredith house. He pointed out his childhood bedroom, dad’s bathroom, and servants quarters. We love your post with pictures of the stained glass windows. We have a 5-foot painting of my grandmother Jane Sharp McLoughlin hanging in our dining room in Seattle, WA and we immediately identified the windows in the background of our painting. Thank you so much for sharing your home and its history.

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    1. Your father has been instrumental in sharing his experiences in this house. He helped bring significant depth to the history of the house, and we will always be indebted to him for that. Glad the video was enjoyed! If you are ever in Atlanta, please know you have an open invitation to visit.

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