Diffusion Science radio: Future silkmoth tricycle games

Future silkmoth tricycle games


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Ian Woolf reports on Harvard University flies robot bees.
Janine Cahill speaks with Ian Woolf about improving the future with games.
Silkmoths ride robot tricycles cruising for sexy females in Japan, for science! Ian Woolf explains.
Presented and produced by Ian Woolf

Odour-tracking capability of a silkmoth driving a mobile robot with turning bias and time delay
Remote control of a cyborg moth using carbon nanotube-enhanced flexible neuroprosthetic probe
Steering control of a mobile robot using insect antennae
Cockroaches Transcend
Cockroach Controlled Mobile Robot:
Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine by
Garnet Hertz

Researchers create robot exoskeleton that is controlled by a moth running on a trackball
Moth takes the driver's seat in smell-tracking robot
Moths That Drive Cars (Really)
Living robotic tongue installation

CSI: Creative Science Investigation game
FISH@6 Xmas giving game
FutureJourneys Game Lab
Game Jam Third Life
Gameworlds as learning space

Harvard Mirco-robotics Lab


Cyborg moth driving a helium balloon


Siamese fighting fish controlling robot arms to move through space

Science Channel (USA, 2008) Cockroach Controlled Mobile Robot v3 from Garnet Hertz on Vimeo.




May 14, 2013

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