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Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)
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Remote controlled animals (cyborgs)

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  • 1.  Introduction Different cyborgs Remote controlled beetle Remote controlled rat
  • 2.  Remote controlled animals are cyborgs which means cyb-cybernatic and org-organisms. Its is a being with both biological and artificial enhancements Cyborg is considered as increasing or enhancing normal capabilities A cyborg is any biological organism including from human to insects.
  • 3.  Thin film solar cells placed on top of the body . Several energy harvesters are placed in order to supply power for the working of hardware. Radio receivers and implanted electrodes are placed on its back
  • 4.  Piezo electric generators on its wings harnesses energy from the flapping of its wings to power its neural contrl device. Thermo electric harvester produces energy to power its mind control hardware. Radio signals received by the antenna placed on the back of the insect are sent to neural electrodes in order to direct the movements of the insect.
  • 5.  In defence Detection of explosives Surveilence Search and rescue Environmental monitoring
  • 6.  Rat carries a backpack with a remote controlled micro stimlator. Virtual touch to whiskers initiate left or right turns MFB stimulation initiates and motivates forward and further motion
  • 7.  The scientists were able to make the rats run, turn, jump and climb where they wanted. The researchers were able to send these commands from distances of up to 500 metres (1640 feet). The ratbots negotiated an obstacle course which involved climbing a vertical ladder, running along a narrow ledge, hopping down a flight of steps, squeezing through a hoop and descending a steep ramp.
  • 8.  Earthquake recovery Landmines detection Receive brain sensory activity remotely Neural prothesis
  • 9.  These remote controlled animals or cyborgs are biomechanically challenged They have been help to scientists to bring a great change in the technological world.

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