With the popularity and accessibility of drones in recent years for everything from music videos, to photography, and even parcel delivery, designers are continuing to come up with creative ways in which to use them. Now, researchers have created a drone that shrinks mid-flight so it can squeeze through small spaces.
The team at UC Berkeley’s High Performance Robotics Laboratory (HiPeRLab) are behind the new invention. They have released a new video of their creation in action. For now, it’s only a prototype, but it certainly raises the question of drone capabilities in the near future.
So, how does it work? Sprung hinges replace the usual rigid connection between the arms and central body. This allows for the arms to fold when low thrusts are produced by the propellors. This…
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