Quadrotors perform James Bond theme
When we last heard from the University of Pennsylvania's General Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception (GRASP) Lab, researchers there had provided video of a swarm of quadrotor robots, which they had programmed to perform some pretty impressive precision flying. Well, now the GRASP quadrotors are back, performing a feat that’s certainly much more ... entertaining. In a video that was presented yesterday at the TED2012 conference in California, a group of the little guys are shown performing the James Bond theme on musical instruments... Continue Reading Quadrotors perform James Bond themeSection: RoboticsTags: Autonomous Vehicle, Music, Quadrocopter, Robots, UAV, University of Pennsylvania Related Articles: UPenn's GRASP lab unleashes a swarm of Nano Quadrotors Open-source project intends to advance robotic surgery Getting robots to move like people for better interaction Kinect-based system developed that recognizes what you're doing Household robots – a burglar's man on the inside? 40 ye
When we last heard from the University of Pennsylvania's General Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception (GRASP) Lab, researchers there had provided video of a swarm of quadrotor robots, ...
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