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PRESENTED BY:RITEEKA RATHOD DISHA CHAINANI
CONTENTS INTRODUCTION BEHIND THE SCENE  THE STUFF THAT DREAMS ARE MADE OF HOW TO BUILD A FOG   MATERIAL USED   MODES OF...
INTRODUCTIONUtility fog-Envisioned by Dr.John Storrs Hall in2001Based on concept of Molecular NanotechnologyConglomerat...
BEHIND THE SCENE The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of  A little robot called FOGLET consists of human  cell size device  B...
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MODES OF OPERATIONBasically two modes A. Native mode    Mobility Concept - Foglets move in different     directions and ...
EXPANSION OF A FOGLET
HOW TO BUILD A FOG?Exoskeleton made up of AluminiumoxideEach foglet has 12 arms arranged on faces of DodecahedronArms w...
FOGLET   IN DETAIL
FOGLET-INTERNAL SCHEMATIC
Spherical central body-10 microns12 telescopic arms-50 microns long and 5microns in diameterHYDROGEN FUEL TANK- Hydroge...
THE GRIP
Four basic Components1.COUPLERS       - Communication and Power Control2.OPTICAL WAVEGUIDE       - Communication from user...
INTERLINKING   OF FOGLETS                Foglet
PROPERTIES Microcontroller based system 700KW power consumed/cc for movement 1m/sec absolute movement speed 1000 psi t...
USES AND APPLICATIONTo build efficient machines for long distanceinformation propagation and physical transportationFor ...
A DVANTAGES        OF   AN    UTILITY      FOGENVIRONMENTMajor advantage for space-filling Fog is safety Fog forms a dyn...
Limitations Can be seen only using Holographic lens Cannot simulate very hard metals Lack of self-intelligence Cannot ...
CONCLUSIONReplacement for all different technologiesaround usMore compatible and sophisticated formexpectedSuch powers,...
REFERENCES1.http://www.google.com1. http://www.kurzweilai.net2. http://www.pivot.net3. http://www.aeiveos.com4. http://www...
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Utility Fog

  1. 1. PRESENTED BY:RITEEKA RATHOD DISHA CHAINANI
  2. 2. CONTENTS INTRODUCTION BEHIND THE SCENE THE STUFF THAT DREAMS ARE MADE OF HOW TO BUILD A FOG MATERIAL USED MODES OF OPERATION DESIGN FOGLET IN DETAIL PROPERTIES AND USES ADVANTAGES LIMITATIONS APPLICATION CONCLUSION AND REFERENCES
  3. 3. INTRODUCTIONUtility fog-Envisioned by Dr.John Storrs Hall in2001Based on concept of Molecular NanotechnologyConglomeration of 100 micron Robotic cells orFogletsProgrammable to simulate most physicalpropertiesMainly applied in Space Exploration
  4. 4. BEHIND THE SCENE The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of A little robot called FOGLET consists of human cell size device Bigger than most nano-tech conceptions Swarm of Foglets is called Utility Fog Can simulate any environment  It enables -Creation -Levitation -Manipulation -Teleportation -Shape-shifting
  5. 5. Fiat 500
  6. 6. MODES OF OPERATIONBasically two modes A. Native mode  Mobility Concept - Foglets move in different directions and perform mechanic al operations Example: Table- solid and locked Fan- solid component with moving joints B.Fog mode  Static Concept- Static foglets ‘Pixelate’ to transmit information and sound Example: Display screen on immovable objects with 100 micron resolution with a processing power of 286 PC
  7. 7. EXPANSION OF A FOGLET
  8. 8. HOW TO BUILD A FOG?Exoskeleton made up of AluminiumoxideEach foglet has 12 arms arranged on faces of DodecahedronArms with swivel joint at the base4 degree of freedom3 grippers on each arm for interconnection between foglets
  9. 9. FOGLET IN DETAIL
  10. 10. FOGLET-INTERNAL SCHEMATIC
  11. 11. Spherical central body-10 microns12 telescopic arms-50 microns long and 5microns in diameterHYDROGEN FUEL TANK- Hydrogen ionscombine with oxygen to produce electricityand water vapour as by productCommunication-Takes commands fromuser, processes using pre-processor andpasses results among other foglets
  12. 12. THE GRIP
  13. 13. Four basic Components1.COUPLERS - Communication and Power Control2.OPTICAL WAVEGUIDE - Communication from user3.POWER AND ELECTRICAL TRANSMISSIONLINES -Power Supply in the foglet4.GRIPPERS - Locking foglets together
  14. 14. INTERLINKING OF FOGLETS Foglet
  15. 15. PROPERTIES Microcontroller based system 700KW power consumed/cc for movement 1m/sec absolute movement speed 1000 psi tensile strength Individual foglets can communicate with eachother. Can contract upto 40% in any linear direction Specific gravity 0.2 and occupies 10% of thevolume of air
  16. 16. USES AND APPLICATIONTo build efficient machines for long distanceinformation propagation and physical transportationFor local use and interface with worldwide networkSpace Researches - Manages pressure in space suits - No worries on floating off the shipShape shifting reduces wastage of space Enables efficient use of resourcesLife made easy
  17. 17. A DVANTAGES OF AN UTILITY FOGENVIRONMENTMajor advantage for space-filling Fog is safety Fog forms a dynamic form-fitting cushionProtect its inhabitants from the (physical) effectsof a nuclear weaponAll the physical manipulation, transport,assembly, and so forth would be done by the Fog
  18. 18. Limitations Can be seen only using Holographic lens Cannot simulate very hard metals Lack of self-intelligence Cannot handle anything requiring chemicalreactions Cannot form food or water Cannot produce high temperature
  19. 19. CONCLUSIONReplacement for all different technologiesaround usMore compatible and sophisticated formexpectedSuch powers, as in magic, that we turnout to be witches and wizardsWonder World making life easy and lazy
  20. 20. REFERENCES1.http://www.google.com1. http://www.kurzweilai.net2. http://www.pivot.net3. http://www.aeiveos.com4. http://www.wildirisdesign.com

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