This quadrotor uses a nature-inspired, dry adhesive to cling to surfaces for extra-covert spying.
You know that classic trick of balancing a long object on the chin? These quadrocopters can do that too--in mid-air.
Same old jogging routine got you bored? Can’t move your leaden legs faster than a 15-minute mile? Turn into a … Continued
The quadrocopters at ETH Zurich’s Flying Machine Arena already have some amazing autonomous moves. But engineers want to make them … Continued
This cute hand-built quadcopter might not be able to play tennis, but it’s not CrazyFlie’s fault — it’s much to … Continued
MIT’s Robust Robotics Group seems to be as thrilled with the Kinect and the hacking possibilities that emanate therefrom as … Continued
A new event in the robolympics
This photo accompanies an actual news release from an actual Iranian news service, which claims the Islamic Republic has built … Continued
Merry Christmas from the flying robots of Switzerland. Watch as a Swiss quadrocopter named “Echo” plays a little something for … Continued
This new Microsoft Kinect hack might have the most appeal for the DARPA set. Researchers at the Hybrid Systems Laboratory … Continued
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