After dancing origami cranes, we now have a hunter-killer version.
Called the Lazurite Fly, it’s an open-source drone designed by Japanese electronics parts maker Rohm, it weighs just over an ounce.
It’s built around a carbon tube frame, covered in 3D-printed nylon, and is powered two ultralight motors.
I really love this. They’ve somehow managed to mostly retain the (unaerodynamic?) original crane shape and still make it floaty and elegant as it flies: