Omnidirectional underwater robot inspired by the cuttlefish
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Sepios can move in any direction, thanks to its four bio-inspired undulating fins

Cuttlefish are fascinating animals, in that they use a pair of undulating fins to move forward and backward, turn on the spot, or hover in place. If you wanted to make an underwater robot that was highly maneuverable yet quiet and immune to tangled propellers, then the cuttlefish would be a good creature to copy. Well, a group of mechanical engineering students from Switzerland’s ETH Zurich have done just that – plus they gave it an extra set of fins, allowing it to also move straight up and down… Continue Reading Omnidirectional underwater robot inspired by the cuttlefish

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