Robotic Jellyfish: Unlikely but Formi...

Robotic Jellyfish: Unlikely but Formidable Monitor of Earth's Oceans

There are 3 comments on the story from Apr 1, 2012, titled Robotic Jellyfish: Unlikely but Formidable Monitor of Earth's Oceans. In it, reports that:

Robojelly represents the latest scientific attempt to create a robot that canA monitor all kinds of sea activity ranging from the movements of submarines to icebergs.

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“That is Just Weird...”

Since: Jul 07

San Francisco

#1 Apr 1, 2012
I know there have been robots at sea before, but this just seems to take it to a new and oddly cool level

“To contract new debts...”

Since: Apr 08

is not the way to pay old ones

#2 Apr 2, 2012
This will be real cool once they have all of the technology figured out


Since: Jun 11


#4 Apr 2, 2012
Very cool, I can't wait to hear more!

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