Just take a look at the video of this robot jedi, and be prepared to be blown. This is no fancy CGI trickery that you are watching, as it is 100% real and could very well be an extremely early prototype of General Grievous. Dubbed as the Airbot, it relies on a computer-controlled gimbaled air jet to float things, as long as they are up to 188 grams in weight and 97mm in radius regardless of whether they are spherical or not.
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