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From the Boston Museum of Science--Sitech Today on NECN.
        You have heard art immitating life, but how about technology immitating biology. Jioning us now from the museum of science, Boston , is Casey Kute from the Carnegie Mellon University in P. Hi, Casey.
  Hi, how are you?
  Good! good have you with us. So, you are looking to biology to design robots, and what's the specificly have you come up with?
  Though, if you look at nature, you'll see real unique and abilities. One of them is the gecko which is the small leather that's able to clamb on smooth surfaces. So we want to figure out how was it doing that, and that's same ability and those principles and use on some of the robots that we have. One of them is forbar which we have here. And that actually uses the flat taculasterm which are the first step before beginning the sinthytic gecko faivers.
  And how does the gecko do what it does.
  So the gecko has tiny hairs on the feet, and each one of those hairs can get really close contact with the wall. Forces between the molecules and both the fibers and the wall come together and what called inner-molecule forces more specificly the wind wall forces. And if you get thousands of those tiny little hairs real close to each other, you connection get the significant force.
  And what do you use to make the robot ** how the gecko moves.
  So we use a pramamer material and moded some of these fibers. Put them on one of the robots  called robot and actually can clamb on really smooth surfaces. One of the problems that you have is that the hege between the fiber and law is really strong which is great for clambing. He want to move it when you get out figure where to move it. We actually kill from the surfaces in the same ways that the geceko pill its toes off.
And so we looking at the vedio here this is robot.
Yeah, absolutely.
Toe moves up the wall.
Yeah, you see, as the fiter coming off, it pills. This is the spiliterly from the gecko. Because the gecko actually is really soft toes as they pills back and more using regist surface. But the test the same principle behind the biological things.
  Pretty cool, what are some of the application for this technology?
  So one of the things I wanna do is taking this real small robots, and put them on the safe places where we could do.
  Already, there are on the this play at the Museum of Science.
  Y, we are combining see him.
  Already Casey Kute thanks so much for jion us this morning.  
  Thanks having me.
  And you should be jioning us every Thursday morning at this time for Sitech Today or log on the musuem of secience website mos.org.
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From the Boston Museum of Science--Sitech Today on NECN.
        You have heard art immitating life, but how about technology immitating biology. Jioning us now from the museum of science, Boston , is Casey Kute from the Carnegie Mellon University in P. Hi, Casey.
  Hi, how are you?
  Good! good have you with us. So, you are looking to biology to design robots, and what's the specificly have you come up with?
  Though, if you look at nature, you'll see real unique and abilities. One of them is the gecko which is the small leather that's able to clamb on smooth surfaces. So we want to figure out how was it doing that, and that's same ability and those principles and use on some of the robots that we have. One of them is forbar which we have here. And that actually uses the flat taculasterm which are the first step before beginning the sinthytic gecko faivers.
  And how does the gecko do what it does.
  So the gecko has tiny hairs on the feet, and each one of those hairs can get really close contact with the wall. Forces between the molecules and both the fibers and the wall come together and what called inner-molecule forces more specificly the wind wall forces. And if you get thousands of those tiny little hairs real close to each other, you connection get the significant force.
  And what do you use to make the robot ** how the gecko moves.
  So we use a pramamer material and moded some of these fibers. Put them on one of the robots  called robot and actually can clamb on really smooth surfaces. One of the problems that you have is that the hege between the fiber and law is really strong which is great for clambing. He want to move it when you get out figure where to move it. We actually kill from the surfaces in the same ways that the geceko pill its toes off.
And so we looking at the vedio here this is robot.
Yeah, absolutely.
Toe moves up the wall.
Yeah, you see, as the fiter coming off, it pills. This is the spiliterly from the gecko. Because the gecko actually is really soft toes as they pills back and more using regist surface. But the test the same principle behind the biological things.
  Pretty cool, what are some of the application for this technology?
  So one of the things I wanna do is taking this real small robots, and put them on the safe places where we could do.
  Already, there are on the this play at the Museum of Science.
  Y, we are combining see him.
  Already Casey Kute thanks so much for jion us this morning.  
  Thanks having me.
  And wish you jion us every Thursday morning at this time for Sitech Today or log on the musuem of secience website mos.org.F
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