In 1998, Massoud Hassani escaped Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, followed two years later by his younger brother, Mahmud. Today, the Hassanis, 32 and 30, respectively, are Dutch citizens living safely in Eindhoven, but the horrifying events of their childhood, including seeing their friends killed and maimed by landmines, never left them. Determined to rid the world of landmines, the Hassanis have designed a 3D printed drone called the Mine Kafon Drone, which is equipped with 3D mapping software and a robotic arm to detect and detonate landmines safely. They've already gained the support of the Dutch military, and have launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise the funds for the next stage of testing. Read more at