As if imitating an insect, this drone is equipped with microspins to be able to land and adhere to walls and ceilings. The drone also has a kind of "tail" that helps you maneuver during landings.
Hao jiang, its inventor at the Stanford Biomimetics and Dexterous Manipulation Laboratory, notes "We are also interested in the search for new grip strategies and, possibly, the combination of microspins with dry adhesives that adhere to a wider range of surfaces."
It might seem like a technological speed without much sense, but thought: one of the problems of drones is The battery life, but with this mode you can start recording an aerial plane by depositing at heights, saving the energy you would spend with the rotors. You can see it in action in the following video: