Bionic Pinguins

Tijn Kooijmans
May 27th 2009

Festo Bionic Learning Lab demonstrates their new technologies inspired by nature. Another step towards artificial pets replacing extincted animals, or just an exposé of scientific ability?

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Jurrian
Posted 27/05/2009 – 14:19

I have seen this movie before. I thought of it as technical ability that just has the shape of a piguin. They also present it as a technical solution. I do agree that it is a step towards bladerunner-like creatures. They also made some other creatures, like jellyfish.

Arnoud van den Heuvel
Posted 27/05/2009 – 13:35

Great showcase, Tijn! I added some links.

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