Mr. Wu's 3D Printer Corner announces that a Type of Self-Org Robotic Fish has come out of Harvard!
There are 2 thing
s that I found fabulous about the staff at Harvard making the Swarm of ‘Bluebot’ Synchronizing Soft Robotic Fish: 1. The central feature of the Robotic Fish, which is that they self-organize into swarms underwater without GPS, Wifi, or any external control, is, of course, marvelous; 2. While 3D Printers are not used in making the electric circuitry/electronic components including parts of the main controllers and the sensors in the "Bluebot" Robotic Fish, the main body, the fin models, and several other parts and accessories of the "Bluebot" Robotic Fish are actually made by 3D Printers with flexible and watertight material. In this case, I am glad that I can provide convenience to other people by working in 3D Printer's Industry, even though it isn't myself who made the 3D Printers that were later on used by the staff at Harvard in making the ‘Bluebot’ Robotic Fish.
In the meantime, thanks a lot to you Florian Berlinger, Paul Hanaphy, and Michael Petch!
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