The Cyborg Beetles Designed to Save Human Lives

The Cyborg Beetles Designed to Save Human Lives

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In the future, we may have remote-controlled insects to reach places humans cannot. At least that's what Dr. Hirotaka Sato, an aerospace engineer from Singapore, is hoping. Motherboard went to Dr. Sato's lab in Singapore to take one of his cyborg beetles for a test flight. Subscribe to MOTHERBOARD: Follow MOTHERBOARD Facebook: Twitter: Tumblr: Instagram: More videos from the VICE network:

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