Take an aerial tour of the New York Public Library (video)
Cameras attached to a drone captured mesmerizing aerial views of the institution’s interior and exterior
Wed Nov 6 2013
Photograph: Moira Brazier
Experience the New York Public Library as if you were a bird swooping in slo-mo through its dignified halls and reading rooms. Nate Bolt and NYPL Labs created this video by equipping a drone quadcopter with several cameras, and sent it around the 102-year-old institution for some truly grand aerial footage.
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Take a look at the impressive clip embedded below. And don't worry—Bolt promises that no books were harmed in the video's making.
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