Bud's Weekly Geek-out :: Steerable paper airplanes
Today on Bud’s Weekly Geek-out . . . we can print 3D organs for our bodies, produce batteries as thin as paper, and make material which can remember what shape it’s in (like Batman’s cape), and what are we using all of this technology for?
To make paper airplanes we can steer while they’re in the air.
But, the uses are legitimate. You could fly a fleet of these into a forest, direct them where to land, and they could send back conditions from their onboard sensors to track the progress of a growing forest fire before it gets out of control. =) Bud