Rock River Star client featured on Slashdot; Gizmodo
I was doing a little light web reading this weekend and was pleased to come across this story on Slashdot which mentioned a Rock River Star client:
First of all, if you haven't seen any of GRASP's quad-rotor videos, go check out their most recent video, or their previous one. Pretty amazing stuff, and immediately accessible, unlike some esoteric computer science or nanotechnology research. These little things are flying through the air performing amazing stunts under the lightning-fast control of their computer masters. Judging by some of the press coverage and especially the user commments, whether that's exciting to terrifying to you is a matter of opinion.
I wish I could say Rock River Star had some part in creating these amazing little critters, but we'll settle for the satisfaction of having produced the GRASP Lab's website for them. One of our goals when building websites for clients is to help them gain the exposure and coverage they need to communicate the good work they're doing. Coverage of the quadrotor research has been featured on Gizmodo, Engadget and others. It's great to see that the tech press is fascinated with the aeronautical feats of wizardry that Penn's GRASP Lab produces.
Oh, and if you hear a buzzing sound, you might want to stay away from open windows.