As winter enters full swing, sweaters are essential, and Danielle Baskin's drone sweaters show that even inanimate objects can use a bit of extra warmth in the winter season. Hailing from San Francisco, near Silicon Valley, Baskin is accustomed to drones flying year round, and her drone sweaters are an attempt to make the gadgets more comfortable.
Though Baskin's drone sweaters are something of a novelty gift for drone owners, she nonetheless commits to the personification of the inanimate objects. On her website, she attests to drone owners who have struggled to force their drones out into the cold despite shivering protestations. Indeed, she compares a drone going out without a sweater in winter to a person going out in the cold naked.
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