Birds School Drones in a Wind Tunnel

For all of their high-tech accolades, drones are still easily batted around by capricious air currents. Drones, as they’re currently designed, aren’t nimble enough to adapt to split-second changes in air pressure and velocity, making flying in rough conditions something of a headache.

One Stanford researcher thinks he has a way to solve the problem, and to do so, he turned to a animals that solved the issue of turbulence long ago: birds.

Using a specially designed wind tunnel, David Le

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