These nano drones use soft actuators to fly through the air. | Source: MIT
Researchers at MIT have created a tiny robot, weighing less than 1 gram, that can zip around with insect-like agility and resilience. The research team isn’t the first to take on the challenge of making tiny flying robots. After all, they do have a number of real-world applications such as pollinating a field of crops or searching for survivors in disaster areas.
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