TinyLev: acoustic levitator that is capable of holding liquid and insects in mid-air

TinyLev: acoustic levitator that is capable of holding liquid and insects in mid-air

Engineers from the UK’s University of Bristol have developed “TinyLev,” a 3D printed acoustic levitator that can be used to suspend matter in mid-air. The device could be used for blood tests, inspection of insects, and more.

Posted at: 21-08-2017 09:44:10 AM | Viewed: 1522 | Feedback: 0 | Category: Technology news
Gripping modelled on an octopus tentacle

Gripping modelled on an octopus tentacle

The octopus is a fascinating creature. As it has no skeleton and is made almost entirely of soft muscle, it is also extremely flexible and manoeuvrable. This not only means it can swim agilely in all directions, but also grip a wide range of objects in a form-fitting manner.

Posted at: 03-04-2017 10:33:00 AM | Viewed: 1082 | Feedback: 0 | Category: Technology news
 

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