The Insectothopter: The CIA's dragonfly spy drone from the 1970s
During the 1970s, the CIA experimented with a tiny spy drone called the insectothopter as a discreet way of collecting audio intelligence.
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Scientists turned a dragonfly into a drone
Drones are good. But at a certain point it's hard to make them really small. Scientists figured out a way, though: take a dragonfly and drone-ify it. DragonflyEye is a tiny cyborg dragonfly drone. It's a genetically modified dragonfly with a tiny electronic backpack.
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Festo - BionicOpter
With the BionicOpter, Festo has technically mastered the highly complex flight characteristics of the dragonfly. Just like its model in nature, this ultralight flying object can fly in all directions, hover in mid-air and glide without beating its wings.
Mit dem BionicCopter hat Festo die hochkomplexen Flugeigenschaften der Libelle technisch umgesetzt. Wie sein natürliches Vorbild kann das ultraleichte Flugobjekt in alle Raumrichtungen manövrieren, auf der Stelle fliegen und ganz ohne Flügelschlag segeln.
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Insect-sized robot takes flight: RoboBee X-Wing
For years, scientists have wanted to create flying robotic vehicles the size of insects. The tricky bit has been building something that can produce enough thrust while still being light enough to fly, without being tethered to an external power source. Now, a group of researchers have hit on a new design. At half the weight of a paper clip, 'RoboBee X-wing' has achieved untethered flight using ultra-lightweight solar cells, powering piezoelectric actuators, via a stripped down circuit board. This technology is in its infancy, but could pave the way for a new generation of miniature drones. Researchers hope these insect-bots could manoeuvre around much more cramped spaces than conventional, larger drones, potentially helping with environmental and disaster monitoring.
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Assemble Robot Jurassic Dragonfly | Eftsei Gaming
Welcome to the Robot Jurassic series game. This time, you would create a huge toy robot Dragonfly in the robot factory! Before the dinosaurs appeared, there were huge insects living on the earth, such as the dragonfly. The oxygen concentration is very high in the ancient earth, which makes a lot of animals have very large size. The width of the ancient dragonfly can reach 1 meters. Assemble your toy robot Dragonfly, join the robot war! Good luck!
Dragonfly Robot at CMU
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Investigating the Secrets of Dragonfly Flight
The flight capabilities of flexible-winged insects are the subject of Professor Haibo Dong's research in the Flow Simulation Research Group at the University of Virginia. His team uses high speed video cameras and advanced computational systems to build 3-dimensional models of flying insects and the vortex structure of airflows created by their flight. The project's goal is to improve the design of small flying robots.
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In the 1970s, the CIA Created a Robot Dragonfly, What would a similar CIA drone look like in 2020?
In the 1970s, the CIA Created a Robot Dragonfly Spy. Now We Know How It Works.
While the original insectothopter never succeeded, Adkins and his team stumbled upon a stable platform for future insect robotics. What would a similar CIA drone look like in 2020? Who knows? Of course that remains classified.