Killbox is a game that creates humans out of brightly colored 3D shapes, only to slaughter them in the most dehumanizing way: a drone strike. And not just any drone strike -- the game is based on the first real-life UAV mission ever carried out in an unofficial warzone.
Killbox has a heavy-handed message delivered in a direct, uncompromising fashion. It's a two-player game; one person embodies a sphere in an simplistic yet idyllic farming landscape.
This week Amazon won a patent for a miniature, voice-controlled "unmanned aerial vehicle assistant" (UAV), as first discovered by GeekWire. The UAVs are essentially miniature drones with the ability to be remotely controlled via voi...
In 2015, Daniel Riley of Stratus Productions built an intensely bright 1,000W LED flashlight, and improved upon his creation by mounting it to a powerful Freefly Alta drone for some stunning aerial effects. The drone and light can f...
'Killbox' sets out to explore the anxieties and inhumanity of drone warfare.
It's been slightly bizarre to watch controversy swirl around the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in 21st Century war-making, while at the same time UAVs' presence in video games has only grown. More »