Buzzfeed made a video:
By Alyse Nelson
These “tiny housers” are bucking the idea that “bigger is better.” Their homes, ranging from 800 square feet to less than 100 square feet—a far cry from the 1000 square feet per person that has become the North American norm—take many shapes and sizes. And the people who live in them are as diverse as the homes themselves. Some hope to save money on housing; others hope to “live green” by choosing a smaller space; some are trading living space for a neighborhood they love; and others want to live closer to family or friends.
Some universities have experimental classes to teach story research and reporting using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs.)
The practice is currently forbidden by the FAA, but if (when?) that changes, these kids will be ready.
Program note; whenever ‘the media’ incorrectly uses the word drone, please substitute the correct term UAV in the course of your internal dialog. Thank you.