The Drone Bird PigeonBot Feathered


Drones are now, here to stay. Although regulated, for the most part, drone flying can be done by anyone. There are even jobs where you can become a certified delivery person for a drone company.  Since the explosion in drone usage has grown. Companies have been testing and releasing different types of drones for all kinds of reasons. From enthusiast videographers and filmmakers to delivery services. The usage is wide-ranging. Take PigeonBot, a research project being worked on at Stanford University has a team that is focusing on drones that have subtle gliding motions in the air. Moving 40 pigeon wings using springs and rubber bands. Testing is being done in wind tunnels for the viability of flight. The goal is to add something different to the marketplace that is stable, familiar, and quirky to use. Gotta wish them luck.