Category: drones


Students Use Mind-Control To Fly Drones

University of Florida Students Use Brainwaves to Race Flying Drones Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Students at the University of Florida put on headsets and participated in the first ever, mind-control drone race. The headband controller distinguishes your brain’s electric activity and brings the drone to life. This year’s event featured 16 students who mentally flew a drone down […]

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Holoportation Device Projects Loved Ones Into Your Living Room

Will Microsoft’s Holoportation Technology Replace Cell Phones? Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Technology in development by software giant Microsoft, will beam your loved ones into your living room using a process called holoportation. According to Microsoft’s research departments recent video, holoportation “is a new type of 3D capture technology that allows high quality 3D […]

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Drones with 3D Printers That Create Mini-Drones are Coming Soon: Watch Video

BAE Systems is Creating Flying Drones with Laser Canons that Can Print Mini-Drones Mid-flight Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report British defense company, BAE Systems, and the Ministry of Defense, released information they’re designing drones armed with laser canons with the ability to create mini-drones throughout it’s mission. The on-board 3d printer will produce […]

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Flying Drone Billboards are Coming Soon

Helium Filled Drone Aircraft dubbed “Eye in the Sky,” Will Display Billboards Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Aerotain’s Skye project aims to fill our sky with a fleet of hovering drones that advertise to you. The 10ft round, blimp-like drone dubbed “the eye in the sky,” will have the ability to livestream video and […]

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Micro-Robots Pull 1.8 Ton Car, Watch the Video

Are Micro Robots the Tow Trucks of the Future? Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report In a recent Standford University experiment, 6 micro-robots teamed together to pull a 1.8 ton vehicle. The microTug robots alone can pull over 2,000 times their own weight. The machines utilize special gecko inspired “shoes,” which allow the microbots to pull more than […]

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Giant Fake City in Desert to Test Homeland Security Response Technology and Driver-less Cars

Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Pegasus Global Holdings is financing an entire fake city in the New Mexico desert that will be used to test advanced technology, such as drones, driver-less cars and Department of Homeland Security (DHS)  response technology. The City LabSmart city  is an above ground, unpopulated, fully operating, and real-world lab […]

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