Turkish artist Hasan Kale paints gorgeous, miniature paintings on teeny, tiny surfaces, ranging from small pills to the wings of butterflies and beetles. His subjects are predominantly water scenes and cityscapes of Istanbul, and he hand-paints all ... Business Insider, 1 week ago
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A tiny 80mg device the size of a house fly called a RoboBee which has a pair of buzzing fly-like wings that flap 120 times a second Flies and bees make it look so easy as they hover and swoop, buzzing away expertly from any paltry human's attempts ...Irish Times, 1 week ago Robobee: Robot The Size Of A Quarter Shows Off New Flight Skills PrisonPlanet, 1 week ago RoboBee takes its first flight: Does exactly what the name suggests Rush Lane, 2 weeks ago US designs robotic flies New Age Bangladesh, 2 weeks ago
It's about the size of a quarter. Its translucent wings flap a frantic 120 times per second. Its buzz involuntarily makes you aware of the hairs on the back of your neck. It's a robot. The video above shows the RoboBee. It's another step forward ...Wired News, 2 weeks ago Robot insect takes first flight NEWS.com.au, 1 week ago RoboBee robotic insect makes first controlled flight Popular Mechanics South Africa, 1 week ago A Wing and a Tether: Tiny Robotic Insects Now Capable of Controlled Flight Time, 2 weeks ago
Harvard University researchers have held test flights of miniature robotic insects inspired by the anatomy of a fly. The robots, which weigh about 80 milligrams, flap their wings 120 times a second to fly. The researchers believe the robots could ...Melbourne Age, 2 weeks ago Ray Harryhausen's stop-motion animation thrilled moviegoers Globe and Mail, 1 week ago Insect robots take-off Melbourne Age, 1 week ago Effects 'giant' dies Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago
Researchers at Harvard University's have developed an insect-like robot that achieves flight by flapping a pair of tiny wings. The robot is small enough to sit on the tip of a finger and weighs 80 milligrams -- that's roughly 1/30th the weight of a ...Good Gear Guide, 2 weeks ago Flight of the RoboBee: Harvard scientists develop tiniest flying robots Globe and Mail, 2 weeks ago Robotic insect takes off Engineer Online, 2 weeks ago Robotic insect takes flight, barely weighs more than grain of rice TechSpot, 2 weeks ago
— A tiny bird fossil discovered in Wyoming offers clues to the precursors of swift and hummingbird wings. The fossil is unusual in having exceptionally well-preserved feathers, which allowed the researchers to reconstruct the size and shape of the ...Science Daily, 2 weeks ago Fossil of Bird to Help Scientists Discover Origins of Hummingbirds and Swifts French Tribune, 2 weeks ago Fossil Discovered That Hints At Common Ancestor Between Hummingbirds And Swifts Cinema Blend, 2 weeks ago New Fossil Helps Explain Evolution Of Hummingbird Flight Red Orbit, 2 weeks ago
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Rob Smith's Pennsylvania company, Acutec Precision Machining, makes inch-long fasteners that are used in the wings of airplanes. In 2006 he tried selling them abroad for the first time. The deal with an English company was worth a total of $897, and ...BusinessWeek, 1 week ago
Rob Smith's Pennsylvania company, Acutec Precision Machining Inc., makes inch-long fasteners that are used in the wings of airplanes. In 2006 he tried selling them abroad for the first time. The deal with an English company was worth a total of ...BusinessWeek, 1 week ago
Researchers at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Science have been putting their best efforts on the RoboBee project past 10 years. However, it's the time to obtain fruit for their hard work. The tiny insects that were made by the ...TopNews New Zealand, 1 week ago Harvard engineers make world's first drone-fly (VIDEO) Voice of Russia, 1 week ago The RoboBees are here Dvice.com, 2 weeks ago
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