A young man in India has created a robot that’s already made its way into record books. How he hopes to enlist it in the army, reports Bangalore Mirror.
Shirur, who completed his engineering from Basaveshwara Engineering College, Bagalkot, has developed a 61mm x 54mm x 51mm robot that is so tiny that it’s bound to go unnoticed by enemies.
It is meant for surveillance and destruction of the enemy through remote control.
Shirur, who was at Sahyadri College of Engineering to participate in Srishti 2012, a state-level project exhibition and competition, told Bangalore Mirror: “Cameras fixed in the robot can send audio and video signals from a particular spot to the servers and one can operate it from remote places.
It can also function as an explosive when enemies lift it off the ground.”
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