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Ann R. Thryft
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Re: Nice compliation
Ann R. Thryft   6/12/2013 12:47:29 PM
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I like the dragonflies and hummingbirds, too. The hummingbird actually comes without the realistic outer shell, which is an option. But I think many people prefer the realistic ones that mimic their original inspiration.

NadineJ
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Re: Flying Robots
NadineJ   6/12/2013 12:24:34 PM
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I agree with everyone's comments that this is a good compilation.  My fav - the dragonfly!  But, I would really like to see a video of the Robo Raven.

Thanks Ann!

Rob Spiegel
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Re: Flying Robots
Rob Spiegel   6/12/2013 11:37:40 AM
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Great display of flying machines, Ann. There's real beauty in these contraptions. My favorite is the RoboBee next to our weird new penny.

apresher
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Flying Robots
apresher   6/12/2013 9:08:44 AM
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My favorite is the BionicOpter robotic dragonfly. Unbelievable creativity.

AnandY
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Re:Slideshow: Flying Robots Take Action
AnandY   6/12/2013 7:59:09 AM
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Ann thanks for the slideshow. All of them are amazing and I personally like ebee, dragonfly and hummingbird robots. It would be an amazing experience if we can attach those robots on our back and fly like bird.

Elizabeth M
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Nice compliation
Elizabeth M   6/12/2013 6:44:28 AM
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This is a great compilation of images of some of the most ingenious flying robots that have been invented so far. I especially love the ones modeled after dragonflies and hummingbirds. They're almost as elegant as the natural beings they emulate. The RoboBee is incredibly clever as well; I can imagine a swarm of those being quite effectively used!

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