Yeah well, that’s kinda the point of the post…they’re gettin’ smaller.
So you see, the NEXT time I post about this, expect those little locusts of revelation
to be the size of a fuckin’ fruit fly…I think there’s one in my pants right now
trying to get a sperm sample. [/quote]
Yeah, they definitely are.
I just meant to say (and mainly because of the dozens of times I’ve seen this posted now on FB) that it’s not like they got smaller overnight. People I know are like “OMG!, have you seen this? they can make these like little flying things now that the government will use to spy on you !!!” - as if the technology had developed overnight. My point is that people have been making these things for many years now. They have gotten a LITTLE bit smaller each year and they will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.
But it is at the point now where it’s going to start to get quite interesting. What’s in the video (in the OP) isn’t that far out, and we will most likely be seeing that tech in the next few years.
Just imagine what you could do with a flying device with a high quality camera, microphone, and a good range, that looks like nothing more than a bird or a butterfly. You could fly it around the city (remote control, using glasses that put you “in flight”) and perch yourself outside of any window you wanted to. When they become the size of bugs, you can get inside the home. This isn’t science fiction. It’s happening now.