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Aquarium with robofish

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Could you created robotic fishes? It is possible if you can imagine that they swim in the air instead of water.
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In this short film we will explain you how we created this robot.

 

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Just like fish!
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Take a look how your friends can react when they see your robofish!

 

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And how the robot works.

 

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Aquarium at night
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Happy New Year! Best wishes!
Malina and Marusia.

1 Comment

  1. bbratzel

    What a fabulous idea! I love how you used one motor and sensor to control a whole school of fish. The background of your aquarium is wonderful too.

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