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[Homework]2009-12-27&12-30 仿生机器人

figure out with move way we actually kill from the surface in the same way that the Gecko kills its toes off.
And so we are looking at some videos here. This is Wallbot.
Yes. Absolutely.
So it moves up the wall.
Yeah. And so you'll see as the feet coming off, it peals. This is specifically different from the Gecko, because the Gecko actually wears soft toes and peals back and were using more re surface but it has the same principles behind all the biological things.
Pretty cool. What are some of the application for this new technology?
So one of the things we want to do is to take really small robots and put them in the places where we could do survey lands, and video monitoring, even different payloads, and do sensors and temperature monitoring and all kinds of invented things that moves these sensors around which is really in an aspect.
Already in there on this play the museum of science.
Yep, they are. Come by and see you.
Kathy Q Thanks for join us this morning.
Thanks for having me.
And you'll be sure to join us every Thursday morning at this time for site tech today or log on the museum of science website mos.org .


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[Homework]2009-12-27&12-30 仿生机器人

Now from the boston museum of science site tech today on any cm.
If heard of imitating life but how about technology imitating biology? Joining us now from the museum of science boston is Kathy Q from Carnegie Mellon University im. Hi Kathy.
Hi, how are you?
Good. Good to have you with us. So you were looking to biology to design robots and what specifically have you come up with?
If you look at nature, you'll see really unique abilities. One of them is the Gecko, which is a small lizard that is able to climb on smooth surfaces. So we wanted to go and figure out how it was doing that and it take that the same ability and those principles and use them on some of the robots that we have. And one of them is Furbar which I have here and it is actually uses the flat tacky last term which was our first step before beginning the synthetic Gecko fibres.
And how does the Gecko do what he does?
So the Gecko has tiny hairs on the feet and each one of those hairs can get really close contacted with the wall. And the forces between the molecules in both the fibres and the wall come together under what we call intermolecular forces more specifically the van der waals forces. So if you get thousands of those tiny little hairs really close to each other, you can actually get a significant amount of force.
And then what did you use to make the robot mimic have the Gecko's?
So we use a polymer materials and molded some of these fibres, put them on one of our robots called Wallbot and actually can climb on really smooth surfaces. One of the problems that you have is that the atission between the fibres and wall is really strong which is great for climbing. But when you wanna move, you gonna figure out with move way we actually kill from the surface in the same way that the Gecko kills its toes off.
And so we are looking at some videos here. This is Wallbot.
Yes. Absolutely.
So it moves up the wall.
Yeah. And so you'll see as the feet coming off, it peals. This is specifically different from the Gecko, because the Gecko actually wears soft toes and peals back and were using more re surface but it has the same principles behind all the biological things.
Pretty cool. What are some of the application for this new technology?
So one of the things we want to do is to take really small robots and put them in the places where we could do survey lands, and video monitoring, even different payloads, and do sensors and temperature monitoring and all kinds of invented things that moves these sensors around which is really in an aspect.
Already in there on this play the museum of science.
Yep, they are. Come by and see you.
Kathy Q Thanks for join us this morning.
Thanks for having me.
And you'll be sure to join us every Thursday morning at this time for site tech today or log on the museum of science website mos.org .

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