Not bad for a flying human blender
Lessons from the guy who crashed a drone on live TV
It looks a bit like Anakin Skywalker's starfighter from The Phantom Menace.
Like robot courier pigeons, with about the same carrying capacity
This 3-D printing kit lets you transform any sufficiently light object into a flying quadrotor.
A month ago this was Iron Man 3 level science fiction. Now? Reality.
This quadrotor uses a nature-inspired, dry adhesive to cling to surfaces for extra-covert spying.
Though still a concept, this robot lifeguard should be one robot people are grateful to see coming.
Why? Because it looks awesome, that's why.
Bald eagles, besides being majestic and graceful and standing for freedom and all that, have a pretty cool trick: they … Continued
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