Drones have quite a while to go before they peak in popularity, but photographer Aydin Buyuktas couldn’t wait for Inception-like technology to bcome available, so he started his “Flatland” project. First, he spent 2-months of planning and scouting possible locations in Istanbul, Turkey. Next, 3D software was used to figure out how to seamlessly create the curved landscape. To make it possible, each location was required to be photographed several times from a host of angles and altitudes. “Waiting for right weather was challenging. There were so many times I had to turn back without any photos because of bad weather, technical problems, birds that attacked my drone, and permission issues with flying,” Buyuktaa told PetaPixel. Click here to view the first image in this week’s geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of 15 awesome binder clip life hacks.