Watch this cyborg dragonfly drone take flight

Scientists at the multidisciplinary research company Draper are using mind control to make insects power their new miniature drone tech. The DragonflEye project sets out to create cyborg drones that can be steered by humans. It outfits live dragonflies with ‘backpacks’ that contain a sensor array and a solar power source – and then uses neural networking to control their flight paths. Watch what may be the world’s first cyborg-drone flight in this Draper project video: Cyborg drones are real In the 36 second clip, Draper shows a live dragonfly being outfitted with the technology. In the video, a gooey substance, likely…This story continues at The Next Web

by Tristan Greene
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