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iCandy: Remote Access

Power and control, untethered

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If this plane crashes, its creators at the University of Southampton, in England, can just print out another one. Every bit of the unmanned aerial vehicle was printed on a nylon laser sintering machine—a 3-D printer that creates plastic or metal objects by building them up layer by layer.

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