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10/10/2007 12:54 PM ID: 65555 Permalink   

Spy Flies Buzz Washington

 

The Washington Post has reported robotic-looking dragonflies being used as spies at political events in New York. Both government and private agencies have openly admitted their desire for the spy technology.

One New York anti-war protester told reporters “They looked kind of like dragonflies or little helicopters," a Washington lawyer told the Washington Post “They were large for dragonflies. I thought, 'Is that mechanical, or is that alive?'"

The robo-spies are expected to be used to track suspects, guide missiles or find trapped survivors in building rubble.

 
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  8 Comments
  
  wow  
 
Cool technology, sad that it's being used to spy on people though.
 
  by: Maxx20     10/10/2007 02:42 PM     
  Sounds  
 
like the remote control dragonfly
http://www.paramountzone.com/...
 
  by: Flutje   10/10/2007 03:02 PM     
  the  
 
agency has noted they had an interest in R/C dragon flies for spy warefare back in the 70's and 60's but i guess cant be pulled off till now. the homing becon function was displayed in that navy commerical. a robot fly lands on the guard's left shoulder at a enemy base and the next scene is a goddamn cruise missle exiting the surface of the ocean as the sub keeps moving. its part of the aegis system.
 
  by: DRK   10/10/2007 07:26 PM     
  Do you get fined if you swat one?  
 
Just curious since I doubt they are clearly marked.
 
  by: AccessG     10/10/2007 10:24 PM     
  It would be fun  
 
to swat them with a tennis racket. ;)
 
  by: Lurker     10/10/2007 10:29 PM     
  @ lurker  
 
or one of these!

i have one, and they are endless amusement.

http://www.eurocosm.com/...
 
  by: elijah4twenty     10/11/2007 06:03 PM     
  @ elijah4twenty  
 
you run around the house with that thing ?

 
  by: Hugo Chavez     10/11/2007 06:13 PM     
  oh yeah  
 
i keep it by the back door of my house. housepests beware!
 
  by: elijah4twenty     10/11/2007 07:14 PM     
 
 
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