Giant Robotic Jellyfish To Monitor The Ocean

Giant Robotic Jellyfish To Monitor The Ocean

A jellyfish made entirely of nuts and bolts (and wires) set to scan the seas.

Ross Brooks
  • 1 april 2013

Jellyfish are extremely efficient organisms that rely on the ocean’s currents and minimal energy expenditure to get around. This is exactly why they were chosen as the starting point for a project being undertaken by the team at Virginia Tech.

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