We have seen the future of toys, and it may look something like 20-year-old Drake Anthony's "Death Ray Laser Drone Bot". Simply put, by removing the top of the robot and tweaking the firing mechanism, Anthony was able to replace the foam thrower with a 2W blue laser diode. He connected the laser to existing wires, which allows him to move the Attacknid using the robot's remote control. It can walk, spin the lasers 360-degrees, and fire the laser at targets. Continue reading for a video and more information.
In this video, you'll see Anthony demonstrating the power of the laser by firing it at a series of black balloons that each pop immediately. He then fires the laser at a piece of paper, which bursts into flames within three seconds. According to Anthony: 'I present my most terrifying laser creation as of yet - the remote controlled death ray drone bot!'