Mar. 6, 2013 — Scientists have developed robots with a new sense — lateral line sensing. All fish have this sensing organ but so far it had no technological counterpart on human-made underwater vehicles.
In an article published in Proceedings of the Royal Society A, researchers describe a robotic fish that is controlled with the help of lateral line sensors. . . . Read Complete Report
Robo Fish. Small, intelligent and packed with the latest technology, the super cool techno-toy Rob Fish replicates the natural movement of fish and comes in 3 different series. Simply unwrap the Robo Fish, put it into water and watch it swim around like just like the real thing.
Right! Sounds fishy to me, like the old overused UFOs are’swamp gas’ explanation. My questions: How long have these fish been mating in these waters and how come it hasn’t been reported before? Swamp gas, fish mating calls. Give me a break. . . .EDITOR