Katy Skillen

Design and Digital Arts Student Year Three
freespiritmuse:

Robotic Bubbles Will Explore the Ocean Depths
The sea could use a few more bubbles. Robotic ones. That’s at least the thinking of some folks at the Biodesign Institute of Arizona State University, who have come up with a small, spherical robot that can travel underwater in packs numbering in the hundreds.
The “Sensorbots” would be used for exploring for life at deep-ocean thermal vents and they could also autonomously swarm around sudden events such as earthquakes.

freespiritmuse:

Robotic Bubbles Will Explore the Ocean Depths

The sea could use a few more bubbles. Robotic ones. That’s at least the thinking of some folks at the Biodesign Institute of Arizona State University, who have come up with a small, spherical robot that can travel underwater in packs numbering in the hundreds.

The “Sensorbots” would be used for exploring for life at deep-ocean thermal vents and they could also autonomously swarm around sudden events such as earthquakes.

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    THIS IS SO COOL! (#yesimanerdwhorandomlybrowsestheroboticstag)
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