Ever since Fruit Ninja hit our phones in 2010, humanity has strived to find ways to recreate the produce-slicing game in real life. Those endeavors usually end with either blood or somebody getting hit in the head by a rogue apple. But seeing how seven years is an eternity in technology time, new gadgets that have come to light may finally be able to make our dreams come true. Drones weren’t really a consumer item when Fruit Ninja debuted, so we never thought to pair the two up. But somebody finally has, and what they ended up with is an airborne death machine (via Sploid).
The slow-motion footage, captured at 4,000 frames per second, is downright poetic, and everything the 2010 versions of ourselves dreamed of. Again, we can’t be clear enough that you don’t try this for yourself if you still want to have enough fingers left to play actual Fruit Ninja, but let us live vicariously through this brave soul.
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