History and Evolution of the Tiny Whoop Micro Drone

Updated: November 2018

The History and Evolution of the Tiny Whoop

Background

Released in 2015, the Blade Inductrix was a neat little toy, with duct-like fans and a very smooth and protected ride. There was nothing like it on the market, but it didn’t really “take off” (pardon the pun) until the FPV community intervened. In early 2016 a man named Jessie Perkins, of Team Big Whoop, saw the potential in this craft, and came up with the ingenius idea of adding a micro camera, and upgrading the stock motors to the legendary CL-0615-14 motors, creating the worlds first ‘Tiny Whoop’, as he named it.

The 'Whoops of 2018-2019

Today we are arguably on the 3rd Generation of Tiny Whoop design, with the initial ‘home-made’ designs of 2016 being the 1st Generation, the manufacturer’s first attempts at manufacturing the design being the 2nd Generation, and now the 3rd Generation where designs are truly pushing the limits of this little frame with Brushless 1S and 2S power, and almost every feature you sized race drone.

The First Generation (2015-2016)

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The Second Generation (2016-2017)

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The First Generation (2018-2019)

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