These Quadrocopters Fly In Perfect Formation, Aim For Soft Parts Of The Body

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Another day, another set of robotic quadrocopters flying in formation. In our continuing series featuring the GRASP manhack quadrocopters, we present a video of the wee robots flying in perfect formation in their string cage.

These robots can hover in formation and then regroup when one falls out, allowing them to swarm more efficiently. I’m seriously waiting for the last video this lab produces revealing that all of the researchers are actually artificially intelligent computers who have finally perfected physical interaction with humans.

via Eng