A few years back, Air Force buddies Mike Tassey and Rich Perkins got bored, and – as they put it – that usually spells trouble. So the pair set out to test the limits of what’s technologically possible with a home-built drone. With a limited budget and the workspace of a small garage, we’d say they aced it. For a cost of only $6,190, the duo came up with this – the WASP (Wireless Aerial Surveillance Program), a drone capable of hacking into WiFi networks, eavesdropping on cell phone calls, as well as collecting troves of data … all wirelessly. And now the homemade hacker drone has made its way to Washington, D.C., for a spot of prime real estate at the International Spy Museum.