The Flying GRASP Lab Quadrocopters are Frighteningly Precise

By: Jordan M - Published: Jan 17, 2011 • References: & engadget
They may spell the beginning of the end of mankind, but these GRASP Lab Quadrocopters are still really cool.

Designed and programmed to be autonomous, these robots may sound angry, but that is really just the sound of their four whirring blades spinning as they work to construct rudimentary structures out of magnetized beams. The fact that these GRASP Lab Quadrocopters can already work in unison is no mean feat.

Although the allusions to Skynet and the machines from the Matrix might abound after this revolutionary new development, no one can deny that these clever researchers have made some seriously cool machines. Stats for Autonomous Teamwork Robots Trending: Older & Mild
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