Demonstration video of the Hybrid Terrestrial and Aerial Quadrotor (HyTAQ) robot, developed in the IIT Robotics Lab by Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Matthew Spenko and PhD candidate Arash Kalantari, has garnered attention from a variety of technology-focused blogs and news outlets.

Engadget: HyTAQ hybrid quadrotor robot travels by air and land, leaves us no place to hide

CNET: This quadrotor flies — and rolls — over just about anything

Gizmodo: Uncrashable Rolling Robot Takes To the Skies To Avoid Obstacles

Gizmag: Rolling HyTAQ robot avoids obstacles by taking to the air

Ubergizmo: HyTAQ Flying Robot HyTAQ: a Hybrid Terrestrial and Aerial Quadrotor Illinois robotics lab’s HyTAQ moves in air, rolls on land Hybrid ‘quadrotor’ seamlessly travels by land or sea

Geekosystem: Nowhere Left To Run: HyTAQ Robot Is At Home In The Air And On The Ground

CrazyEngineers: HyTAQ Robot Walks The Earth, Swims The Sea & Flies The Sky

Bloomberg TV: Indestructible Robot Could Be Next Big-Money Drone

Slate: The Week’s Best Robot Videos: The Freewheeling Bot

NBC News: Flying, rolling robot goes just about anywhere

DVICE: No escape: hybrid robot can roll and fly over any terrain

Discovery News: Crash-Proof Quadrotor Roves On Land and Air