Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Technology Robot Fly Like Birds

Sophisticated technology allows the robot to imitate human or animal behavior. Like this bird-shaped robot that can actually fly with movements like a real bird.

The technicians at the German technology company, Festo, developed a robot called SmartBird. This robot can automatically on the air, just by flapping its wings at the beginning of the flight.

Mark Fischer as Head of Corporate Design at Festo demonstrates the audience about the permissibility of a robot bird. Appears in the video, the bird flew around the room perfectly and get a standing ovation.

SmartBird terinpirasi by gulls, with a larger form. The width of the wings about two feet and frame are made of carbon fiber. SmartBird movement can be controlled and monitored remotely via radio link.

As quoted   from Cnet, on Tuesday (26/07/2011), the most interesting of SmartBird is fluttering in the air and their movements can be exactly the same as the native birds. This is what makes it fascinating the audience.

"We learned from the birds how to move the wings, but on the other side is also efficient in energy use,"

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