When you think of what goes into building a flying quadcopter, materials like super-light carbon fibre come to mind -- definitely not chocolate. But once again the internet proves anything is possible, since the frame of this delicious drone is actually made from white and dark chocolate.
About 1,100 grams of chocolate went into its creation, using a simple foam mould to shape the four arms to which motors, rotors, wiring, and other electronic controls were strapped. Like Icarus, this quadcopter also risks crashing were it to fly too close to the sun. But unlike Icarus, who wouldn't want to clean up its delicious crashed remains? [Hack a Day via Technabob]