TED2012: Robot quadcopters perform James Bond theme


19 Responses to “TED2012: Robot quadcopters perform James Bond theme”

  1. Red Monk says:

    Now lets see them do Buckethead.

  2. TimRowledge says:

    How long before the automated take-down notice?

  3. jb says:

    OK! Have you picked out your favorite bunker site for the coming robopocalypse? Because we’re officially all doomed.

  4. Marcelo Teson says:

    The guitar at the end made me LOL. Like actually in real life.

  5. Andy Murdock says:

    These little fly spies also have a license to kill.

  6. skeptacally says:

    WAY scarier than the Vietnamese water bugs!

  7. irksome says:

    A coupla thousand hipsters just lost interest in playing the ukulele.

  8. TimmoWarner says:

    Many times in Science Fiction I’ve seen a swarm of tiny robots go to work on something all moving in coordinated chaos and it’s always given me a weird feeling of unease. Like I was viewing an alien life form even though it’s robotic.

    This is the first time robots in real life have given me that feeling.

  9. Robert says:

    I have seen the future, and it is little quadro-bugs killing me with cute.

  10. Eark_the_Bunny says:

     This looks like something out of an ANIMUSIC video.


  11. pjcamp says:

    As envisioned by a hung over Kurt Weill at 16 RPM.

  12. chaopoiesis says:

    About halfway through I had the distinct impression I was watching a fur-free Muppets segment.

  13. David says:

    I, for one, am now hoping that “swarm of tiny robots” is part of the villain’s scheme in the next Bond movie…

  14. taro3yen says:

    Hot-damn, it’s great to live in the Future!

  15. chemix says:

    Watching the ones bounce up and down (for the keyboard) looks almost too fluid to be real, like CGI, but I guess that might be the uncanny valley effect in reverse.

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