These neurons then carry steering commands to the wings, guiding it on a path
They can be used for 'guided pollination' as well as surveillance missions
A genetically modified cyborg dragonfly that can spy on anyone has been unveiled.
Dubbed the DragonflEye, the half-insect, half-machine is fitted with a fingernail-sized backpack, powered by a solar panel and remotely controlled by an operator.
The dragonfly can be used for 'guided pollination' as well as surveillance missions, according to researchers.