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Watch these flying robots dance: KMeL Robotics

The video, below, is a collaboration between KMeL Robotics, the startup from Penn grads that's focused on the flying robots called quadrotors (and headquartered at Penn's new Grays Ferry incubator), and Hong Kong-based Yuneec International.

One of KMel's robots. This one is a joint project between KMel and Yuneec International. (Photo courtesy of Yuneec International)

These flying robots know how to shake it.

The video, below, is a collaboration between KMeL Robotics, the startup from Penn grads that’s focused on the flying robots called quadrotors (and headquartered at Penn’s new Grays Ferry incubator), and Hong Kong-based Yuneec International. They launched the video at January’s Consumer Electronics Show 2014 as a way to introduce their partnership: the two organizations are developing aerial photography vehicles, or flying cameras.

The film is by Kurtis Sensenig, who has shot other robot films in the past.

Companies: KMel Robotics

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