"GoldenEye's ducted fan design allows it to change direction and speed by adjusting various sets of control vanes. Because the rotor blades aren't exposed, this UAV can fly near people, trees, and buildings - perfect for street-level urban warfare ops like detecting chemical weapons."
Looks like it is real, and has actually flown:
"GoldenEye features unconventional performance that enables it to take-off and land vertically, like a helicopter, then level off into horizontal flight by virtue of rotating wings. [...] GoldenEye-100 stands 5.5 feet tall with a gross takeoff weight of 150 pounds. The aircraft can cruise up to four hours with a range of more than 500 miles at a maximum speed of 160 knots.
"In addition to the 150-pound vehicle, Aurora is developing a smaller, 16-pound derivative called GoldenEye-50. Aurora plans to build multiple GoldenEye-50s for homeland security applications and expansion of the rapid flight envelope of the ducted-fan vehicle class. This includes transition from hover to horizontal flight and high-speed dash performance."