Chris Anderson

Wired magazine / DIY Drones

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Editor in chief of Wired magazine and founder of DIY Drones/3D Robotics

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We've all heard about drones used by the military against hostile forces, by law enforcement and to patrol America's borders.

There May Be Drones in Your Future — Like It or Not

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The uses of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, also called drones, are limited only by the imagination. Think of hovering cameras the size of hummingbirds or flies.

There May Be Drones in Your Future — Like It or Not

The uses of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, also called drones, are limited only by the imagination. Think of hovering cameras the size of hummingbirds or flies.

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