Computers have come a long way but they still primitive compared with our own brainpower. Our brains can handle much more information and processing than any supercomputer yet developed. The brain is so far superior to current computers that scientists seek ways to mimic its “wiring” in modern computers.
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‘Nature demonstrates how maximum performance can be achieved with minimum energy consumption,’ a Festo spokesman said.
“The life-size bionic birds are hydrodynamic and can turn like real penguins because of the flexible glass fibre rods that control their heads.
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Festo has been working intensively on the topic of bionics since the early 90s. In 2006, the Bionic Learning Network was launched – an association of renowned universities, institutes and development companies. Since this time, Festo has been developing and supporting projects and test objects whose basic technical principles are derived from a wide variety of principles found in nature.
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With the eMotionSpheres, Festo shows how several flying objects can move in a coordinated manner and within a defined space. Whether individually or collectively – even in chaotic situations, there are no collisions as the spheres move out of each other’s way.
Continue reading eMotionSpheres like a jellyfish swarm
BUILDER BOT: This building robot uses a forklift-style arm to hoist foam bricks onto its back and three-pronged wheel-legs to trek around a construction site. An onboard computer “brain” helps the bot navigate and make building decisions independently.
climb steps, carry small objects, multiples of these mini-robots are able to build ramps, towers, and complex structures.
Continue reading Termite-inspired robots build structures without central command
REGEN Energy is a technology company, founded on the basis of biomimicry, whose founders set out to
transform the energy efficiency landscape and develop a sophisticated new energy management technology
based on the communication patterns of honeybees.
organize complex power grids
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