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So when Stanbro retired from the military in 2004, he put his energies into shrinking everything down and making it lighter and more physically intuitive. It led him to build something called the Mover-IV. The foot-long black push-button device looks like a standard radio. In fact, it’s a receiver for real-time video that patches into an eyepiece to display the feed. Weighs just three pounds. He’s sold more than 100 of them to the U.S. Special Operations Command.
It works with more than drones. If there’s a manned spy plane overhead, the Mover-IV just needs the frequency or the band over which it securely broadcasts to receive the video feed, a process of pressing two buttons on the device. “Personal experience” got him several of those frequencies, he says.