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Hexapod Hexacopter: Time to Build Underwater Bunkers

by Lambert Varias

Mad Lab Industries stays true to its name by frankensteining a hexacopter with a hexapod, driving 12 nails into humanity’s coffin in the process. Meet Hexa², a remote-controlled flying robot spider. Kill it with water!

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As you’ll see in the video below, the two parts of Hexa² are currently controlled separately. Watch it fly, walk, walk while flying and bully a plastic container:

Mad Lab Industries are planning to launch a Kickstarter to produce and sell Hexa² kits. So now we’re funding our own doom? Seriously though I want one. I hope they can make one that can walk, fly and swim as a stretch goal.

[Mad Lab Industries via Geekologie]

 



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