Tiny chip brings micro-drones closer to reality

MIT’s ongoing efforts to make flying drones ever smaller has passed a new milestone with the latest version of its Navion navigation chip. Essentially the brains for a drone the size of a honeybee, the chip measures just 20 square millimeters (0.03 sq in), which the researchers point out is about the size of a Lego minifigure’s footprint…
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