HUGE, HUGE, HUGE project,
Wonder how many people and how much money went into Intel's drone swarm.
Just think of the battery charging of all those drones so they have enough charge to do a performance
Uni's don't have that amount of money so do desktop tiny bot swarms powered by pager vibration motors.
However, could some of those new toy drones be hacked a bit?
Those ones with the sensors you can move around by hand movements.
Airhogs Supernova Flying Orb is one of these, others are showing up.
Are they sensitive enough to detect each other?
What happens when you throw a bunch of these into a room?
Back in to early days of the new bots, Insect like behavior emerged from some MIT bots like Hannibal and Attila.
Start here if you want to try this at a higher level and don't have Intel's budget?
To have enough power to carry a Pi Zero, I am keeping my eye on these.
https://betafpv.com/collections/2s-whoo ... quadcopter
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