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Posted May 18, 2018 10:15:22A new generation of hyper light drones is making its way to the homes of American adults and seniors.

A team of three scientists from the University of Minnesota’s Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences has designed a drone that’s about 10 times faster and 10 times lighter than any previous drone, which can hover just a few feet above ground.

The Hyper Light Drifter can also hover and fly in low-light conditions, and its wingspan is nearly the same as that of a helicopter.

The Hyper Light DRIFTER drone uses an ultrasonic camera, an electro-optical lens, and an array of sensors to help it navigate.

It has the potential to be a game changer for the urban-living world, because it’s much lighter and easier to transport than other drones.

The team designed the drone with the help of three research teams from the US, UK, and Canada.

They used three cameras, a super light microscope, and a laser to determine how light interacts with the drone’s ultrasonic sensors.

Their design is similar to those used in the world’s first commercial drone, the Predator XR2.

The drone can fly at a height of just 3 feet.

The researchers used this design to build a prototype drone that was about 10-feet-long and 20-feet wide.

They built the prototype drone from scratch in their lab and tested it against two real drones and two prototype drones.

The prototype drone flew as well as the real drones, but the real ones were far slower, had lower hover speeds, and needed more batteries.

The scientists built the drone using 3D printing and computer modeling.

They then took it to a local thrift store to buy a few parts.

They then designed and built the drones with a variety of different sensors to capture and analyze light.

The scientists found that there were many different wavelengths of light, and the Hyper Light drifter was able to detect these different wavelengths and combine them into a coherent pattern.

The system was able not only to hover, but also to hover at low-altitude.

The drones can hover at an altitude of just over 10 feet, and they can hover for hours.

They can hover without using batteries, which means that the drone can travel for days without needing to recharge.

The drone also has a large battery pack, which could be used to recharge the drone at home.

The researchers found that the batteries could last for weeks and would keep the drones powered for about five days without a charge.

When the Hyper Lightsdrifter arrived in the lab, they took the drone and put it in a container and transported it to their lab.

After a few days, the drone flew around and took a picture of itself.

It then flew back to the lab.

The team also used a video camera to monitor the drone as it moved and took photographs of the drone in the air.

After the Hyper Liftsdrifter flew its way through the air, it landed on a floor and took another photo.

The lab team took pictures of the Hyperlightsdrifter and of the floor and found that they were nearly identical.

The drones were able to hover for about 20 minutes without needing batteries, and for a short time after the drone landed, they also stayed in the same position.

When they put the drones back in the container, the researchers could see that the Hyper lightsdrifter had a few small scratches in its body.

They also noticed that some of the scratches were very large and very close together.

This was because they had built the Hyperliftsdrift in the laboratory and were working on the drone.

They took some photos of the small scratches and then took more photos of them when the drone was still in the tube.

After a few weeks, the Hyper Driftsdrifters body started to peel off.

The scratches were mostly the result of some type of friction between the drone body and the floor.

The other scratches were the result from the Hyper light drifters wings and the sensors inside.

The first Hyper lightsdifter was designed to be used for short trips.

The design has the ability to travel a few miles at a time without needing an expensive battery.

They are also ideal for short-term trips because they can stay in place for days at a stretch without needing much power.

The first Hyper Lightsdifter can fly for about 15 minutes without using any batteries.

When it is flying in low light, it is about half the speed of the real drone, and it can hover only a few inches above ground level.

The second Hyper LightsDRIFTER can hover up to 10 feet in the sky.

It can hover and land at ground level and stay in the exact same spot for about three hours without using a battery.

The second HyperlightsDRIFTEER can hover in the low light for as long as five hours without needing a battery, and can hover about 20 feet at a distance of about 100 feet from ground level without