News: Flying Quadrotor Robots Play the James Bond Theme on Real Instruments

Flying Quadrotor Robots Play the James Bond Theme on Real Instruments

Created by the University of Pennsylvania, these bots would impress Q himself. This army of mini quad-copters are controlled with rhythmic precision, a truly awe-inspiring collaboration of music and technology. From playing a synthesizer to drums and cymbals, each robots is multi-talented. The tiny helicopters are equipped with reflectors, making it possible to plot their position using infrared lights and cameras positioned around the room. Check out the video!

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I can't believe that flying robots can play traditional instruments better than me!

>flying robots playing instruments
>flying robots
>robots!

really nice..hope not WW-III devices..watched the short intro of the Professors Work at TEDtalks.Watch this... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ErEBkj_3PY

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