May 11, 2010 by Barliman
Researchers at Stanford have developed a proof-of-concept model of a plane that can land on a wall – vertically:
Applications for UAVs and intelligence work come quickly to mind.
Posted in Engineering, Science | Tagged UAVs, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles | 4 Comments
Take that, Harrier jet!
You can bet the CIA is already figuring out how many surveillance devices they can fit on it. 🙂
Oh man, that’s so cool!
Isn’t it, though? I can’t wait to see the practical applications.
And thanks for dropping by! 🙂
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