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Feb 2, 2012
VIDEO: Flying robots flip, swarm and move in formation at UPenn
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The University of Pennsylvania’s General Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception (GRASP) Laboratory has released a video of flying nano quadrotor robots. Inspired by swarming habits in nature, these agile robots avoid obstructions and perform complex maneuvers as a group.

 



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Paolo Diprox It will be cool to play space invaders with that! :-p
Feb 7, 2012
Filipe Dias Awesome work! Congrats!
Feb 3, 2012
Sofia Izquierda Imaging them with spy cameras and stealth mode flight.
Feb 3, 2012
Alvin Schaeffer Skynet is coming true. Soon we'll be overrun by swarms of robotic Hitchcock-esque "birds."
Feb 3, 2012
Ryan Grey This is super awesome. Something out of sci-fi movie, but not.
Feb 2, 2012
Wajih Hasan coolest thing on earth
Feb 2, 2012
Jackie Kelly Wow! This is pretty amazing, and kinda scary.
Feb 2, 2012