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Autonomous Quadrotors Perform the James Bond Theme [Video]
posted January 3 2013 14:24.31 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Many will believe that the title of this blog entry is deceptive or inaccurate, but this is not the case. This video was premiered at the TED2012 Conference in Long Beach, California on February 29, 2012. A batch of autonomous quadrotors are programmed to fly above specific musical organs with unmatched precision and perform the James Bond Theme! They were engineered at the Penn's School of Engineering and Applied Science, home to some of the most innovative robotics research on the planet. The engineers, Daniel Mellinger and Alex Kushleyev, have already formed a company called KMel Robotics that will design and market these quadrotors. Watch this video which was sent to my by Herctrap:





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[Link: Pennsylvania University]
 
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