Japanese robot fish from Sedensha

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Japanese electronics maker Sedensha Co. has created an electric Robot fish 魚ロボット which can wriggle its way through the water just like a real with with movements controlled through electrostatic actuators which replicate the movements of fish muscles. The whole contraption is placed inside a silicon rubber fish, filled with silicone oil.

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One Response to “Japanese robot fish from Sedensha”

  1. ollo Says:

    very lifelike movement for the robot fish but it’s scary to me

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