Sure, opting for a real Christmas tree fills your home with the wonderful smell of pine needles during the holidays. But getting its dried husk out of your home and onto the curb after New Year's can be a logistical nightmare: unless you have the brilliant foresight to mount your Christmas tree to a drone.
This unorthodox approach to your holiday decor comes courtesy of the folks at YouTube's FliteTest who are both skilled drone builders, and talented drone pilots. In other words, you'll want to make sure you know what you're doing before trying to pilot a Christmas tree out of your home. Unless you want dried pine needles strewn everywhere, or propellers stuck in your walls.