Using 3-D printers, scientists can readily experiment with wings mimicking those of real insects or virtually any other shape to learn more about this complex form of flight. Such research could lead to flying micro-robots for espionage, search-and-rescue operations and other missions.
It can fit in both hands; reach and can be controlled by an IOS app. The minidrone made by Parrot is due to be released later this year. Along with Amazon prime air this is just for recreational use and enters a new realm of gizmo flying.