posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 05:30 PM
reply to post by ZombieJesus
Not very impressive, just a combination of proven technologies, but nothing groundbreaking.
No no no no.... you're looking at it all wrong.... You are looking at the Form, the parts, the materials and construction.
What you SHOULD be looking at, was the flight stabilization and error correction of the device.
Now *THAT* was truly breathtaking.
Apart from the obvious spying applications, it also has inspection applications in various industrial sectors.
Just imagine a dozen or so of these, all computer controlled by radio link, all using infra-red or whatever sensors to probe defects in large
structures like cooling towers on a regular basis...
You could use them for weather reconnaissance, traffic reports, or even scouting into dangerous areas.