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MIT’s Flyfire To Paint Images In the Sky Using Micro-Helicopters

February 19th, 2010 02:27 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

@engadget mentions that a new project dubbed “Flyfire” at MIT is looking to launch a fleet of LED-equipped micro-helicopters and coordinate them in synchrony to create massive floating images. “By using LED-equipped drones the project pledges to build free-floating 3D displays, endowing them with enough smarts and positional awareness to organize themselves into an airborne canvas. It sounds deliciously exciting and challenging.”

Source: MIT’s Flyfire To Paint Images In the Sky Using Micro-Helicopters

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