Behold the Virginia Tech Autonomous Robotic Jellyfish jellobot


I guess it could be used for all kinds of things, like (as planned) ocean monitoring, sea-sickening underwater footage, or just to make us pee even more in the pool. See Engadget

Virginia Tech: Autonomous Robotic Jellyfish from virginiatech on Vimeo.


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