Harvard researchers have developed Robo-fly, the smallest flying robot out there: it's tinier than a quarter and weighs about one-tenth of a paperclip. Using electric muscles, the little guy can beat its wings 120 times per second. When a voltage is applied, Robo-fly's muscles contract, which researchers can use to precisely maneuver it--enough to keep it hovering perfectly in place, or to dodge efforts to swat it.
Originally built to study insect flight, the researchers say Robo-fly might have applications in search and rescue, where it could maneuver through hard-to-reach locations. It still makes a noise that's about as annoying as a real insect, though.
I predict anti-insect-drone legislation intended to protect birds.
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Unswattable drones. THERE'S NO ANSWER FOR THEM!! WHAT could I possibly do? Uh, yeah. Handful of sand. Dodge that, Superbug.
Drone uses electricity and a tiny tiny electrical motor. Nail the sucker with a water hose, lol. If it does not short out, the water force knock it to the ground so you can step on it.