Bakken Museum


Opened in 1975 in an old mansion just west of Lake Bde Mka Ska (formerly Lake Calhoun) in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the Bakken Museum is the world's largest devoted to the field of medical electricity.  It's named after the late inventor Earl Bakken, who developed the first successful cardiac pacemaker.  He founded the company Medtronic and is considered the father of the burgeoning medical device industry in the Twin Cities.  Landof10000drones created this drone video of the Smithsonian-affiliated museum.

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    Tyler Mason is a writer and the host of "The Drone Dish" on As a Part 107 certified pilot, Tyler flies drones (DJI Phantom 4) commercially. He also enjoys flying Tiny Whoop FPV drones for fun.

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