The self-guided bullet developed by Sandia National Laboratories has been fitted with an LED, to check if the embedded battery and control electronics can survive the flight
The self-guided bullet developed by Sandia National Laboratories is four inches long and can hit laser marked targets located over a mile away (approx. 2,000 meters)
A group of researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have built a prototype of a small-caliber bullet capable of steering itself towards a laser-marked target located approximately 2,000 meters (1.2 miles) away. The dart-like design has passed the initial testing stage, which included computer simulations as well as field-testing prototypes built from commercially available parts.
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