Some issues may still be available, but Brooks spent a lot of time to publish them as CD-rom.


A great treasure
 Thanks to Brooks LEFFLER that this review was published from autumn 1994 to summer 1999. First in color, then in color from winter 1996, the last issue will be named "L'OEIL AERIEN".
Brooks LEFFLER has been at the same time the editor, and the publisher, under the cover of AKA, American Kite Association. The issues have comprise from 24 to 32 pages, 15x21cm size.
The papers were written by kapers from the whole word, 96 in total! Thanks a lot, Brooks, for having patiently corrected and improved our English, and re-drawn many schemes and drawings.
The great idea of this booklet was to deal with a theme which was announced in advance. So, by the way, all the techniques have been dealt with, and generally explained in all details. To-day, these 18 issues are a group of documents of very high interest, as well historically than technically.
That's the reason why Brooks got the EDEIKEN award from AKA in 1999.
List of themes in Aerial Eye:
1.1 camera craddles
1.2 cameras & films
1.3 lifters and line
1.4 gadgets & gimmicks
2.1 camera craddles II
2.2 targets/subjects
2.3 aerial technique
2.4 kites & kiteflying
3.1 kap electronics
3.2 kap on the edge
3.3 craddles & kites
3.4 gadgets & gimmicks


4.1 line, tails & trains
4.2 how to build it!
4.3 smart & safe kap
4.4 kap transmitters
5.1 first rigs & photos
5.2 the eye closes