In 1936, the pioneer of modernism offered Mussolini his design expertise for the capital of Ethiopia.
Cirque du Soleil is mostly known for its vibrant costumes and stunning acrobatics, but recently they decided to incorporate a host of the latest
Quadcopters into a futuristic skit.
With the help of Swiss professor Raffaelo D’Andrea, Cirque du Soleil automated the flight patterns of the
Quadcopters to create a beautifully choreographed piece of theater.
Cirque du Soleil Uses Drones in a Beautifully Choreographed Skit via Motherboard
"The Office of Naval Research (ONR) has announced a technological breakthrough that allows unmanned surface vehicles (USV) to not only protect Navy ships, but also, for the first time, autonomously “swarm” offensively on hostile vessels."
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