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Quadcopter Magic Revealed

So just last week, at TED2012, Vijay Kumar (of the famed UPenn GRASP lab) gave a short talk on his group’s experiments with quadcopters.  Finally, we get some real details!  Check out the video below:

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Clever Quadcopters Play Nicely Together

On the off chance you haven’t seen it yet, the UPenn GRASP Lab has just released yet another impressive video of their performance quadcopters.  This time they’ve got a new “nano” version that’s smaller, lighter, and capable of flying in … Continue reading

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Measuring Telluric Currents – First Trial

Way back in November of last year (2010), I wrote a short little article on telluric currents, their history, and related applications.  Now, in case you’re unfamiliar with this topic (as I was prior to November of last year), here’s … Continue reading

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