Squid-Inspired Camouflage Systems Could Render Soldiers Invisible to Enemies

Squid-Inspired Camouflage Systems Could Render Soldiers Invisible to Enemies

Squid-inspired camouflage systems could render soldiers invisible to enemies   We are all aware of the amazing color-changing ability of squids. A property that renders these marine creatures invisible to predators and potential prey, the squid’s impressive camouflage skill has been the object of interest for some of the brightest scientific minds across the world.…

The New Self-Driving Car From Mercedes-Benz

The New Self-Driving Car From Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz is bringing something totally new to the automobile industry. With the complications of driving, be it speeding, traffic or any other daily troubles, people have been searching for solutions. The F 015 Luxury in Motion just might be the answer. Mercedes-Benz has manufactured a test vehicle to show their extensive research on driverless cars.…

Snakes Teach Robots Trick of the Tight Turn

Snakes Teach Robots Trick of the Tight Turn

"By looking for insights in nature, we were able to dramatically improve the control and maneuverability of the robot," says Henry Astley. (Credit: acorbit/Flickr) Snakes teach robots trick of the tight turn Carnegie Mellon University, Georgia Institute of Technology Original Study Knowing how sidewinder rattlesnakes are able to make rapid sharp turns in tight places…

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