These Adorable Fish Robots Form Schools Like the Real Thing  WIREDView Full coverage on Google News
Meet Bluebot, a friendly swimming robot with big camera eyes. Put a few in a tank together and they’ll collaborate to complete surprisingly complex tasks.Meet Bluebot, a friendly swimming robot with big camera eyes. Put a few in a tank together and they’ll collaborate to complete surprisingly complex tasks.

These Adorable Fish Robots Form Schools Like the Real Thing | WIRED

Underwater robots which mimic the ability of real-life fish to school together reveal new insights into 'collective intelligence' in nature.Underwater robots which mimic the ability of real-life fish to school together reveal new insights into 'collective intelligence' in nature.

Robot fish illustrate 'collective intelligence' at work in nature

A team of Harvard researchers have developed fish-inspired robots that can synchronize their movements like a real school of fish, without any external control. It is the first time researchers have demonstrated complex 3D collective behaviors with implicit coordination in underwater robots.A team of Harvard researchers have developed fish-inspired robots that can synchronize their movements like a real school of fish, without any external control. It is the first time researchers have demonstrated complex 3D collective behaviors with implicit coordination in underwater robots.

Robotic swarm swims like a school of fish | EurekAlert! Science News

Mini robot fish swim in schools, just like the real thingMini robot fish swim in schools, just like the real thing

Mini robot fish swim in schools, just like the real thing - France 24

Researchers at Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering have created a set of fish-shaped underwater robots that can autonomously navigate and find each other, cooperating to perform tasks or just placidly school together. Just as aerial drones are proving themselves useful in industry after industry, underwater drones could revolutionize ecology, shipping, and other areas […]Researchers at Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering have created a set of fish-shaped underwater robots that can autonomously navigate and find each other, cooperating to perform tasks or just placidly school together. Just as aerial drones are proving themselves useful in industry after industry, underwater drones could revolutionize ecology, shipping, and other areas […]

These robo-fish autonomously form schools and work as search parties – TechCrunch

These robo-fish autonomously form schools and work as search parties – TechCrunch