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E-Whiskers Could Turn Robots Hairy

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t.alex
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Re: interesting
t.alex   2/27/2014 8:42:04 AM
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Hailey, this is quite interesting. And I guess they will need some form of advanced processor to handle so much sensor signals.

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anandvy   2/26/2014 12:36:31 PM
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@hailey: Nature designs can truly be useful even in technology. What appeals to me more is the marketing benefits of such a technology. The technology can be adopted anywhere and this is where the brilliance of the technology lies.

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anandvy   2/26/2014 12:35:52 PM
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I think the concept of e-whiskers is nice, but not all unforeseen. The fact that it can be used in many fields actually increases its efficiency. If such e-whiskers are on ur floor, and each of these whiskers know ur touch, they can probably raise an alarm if somebody breaks in the house.

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Re: An application
Hailey Lynne McKeefry   2/24/2014 10:27:47 AM
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Thanks, Eldredge. It sounds like an interesting application.

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Eldredge   2/23/2014 4:56:27 PM
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@Hailey - One of the benefits of looking to nature to inspire technology is steeped in the fact that the technology itself has already been proven to work  - the trick is in th implementation.

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Re: An application
Eldredge   2/23/2014 4:52:40 PM
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@Hailey - I am interested in characterizing the flow dynamics in a mid-range vacuum deposition process. It sounds like the sensitivity of this technology is capable of performing the task.

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Re: interesting
Hailey Lynne McKeefry   2/23/2014 3:10:13 PM
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@t.alex, i'm willing to bet that if the price isn't there yet it will be. I agree with you that it's broadly applicable.

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Re: An application
Hailey Lynne McKeefry   2/23/2014 3:08:32 PM
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@Eldredge, what was it that inspired you in this design? Tell us a little more about your idea! (of course, don't give away everything but tell us what you can!)

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nature
Hailey Lynne McKeefry   2/23/2014 3:07:34 PM
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Looking to nature for design inspiration is an age old approach, probably becaue it leads to excellent results. This is a great example of that. thanks.

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interesting
t.alex   2/21/2014 9:01:34 AM
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Will this be cheap enough to replace all other sensors in the systems? It seems this, if deployed in large quantities,  can be used to detect all kind of things like motion, movement, etc.

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