Ultramodern ZERO Personal Helicopter

Created by designer Hector del Amo, the ZERO helicopter is a new take on the idea of personal transportation. While I’m unsure of how well this design could be translated into the real world, I’m enjoying the concept and design. Personal use aircrafts would alleviate traffic congestion, especially in bigger cities, but I would be a worried about flying in it since it seems like you’re just strapped in and there with no doors to protect you. Regardless, I do like the simplicity and compact look of the ZERO and, who knows, maybe one day we will all be flying to work in our own personal helicopters.





Hector Del Amo on Behance



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