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Using Bubbles, Light, and Ultrasonic Vibrations to Engineer a New Kind of CG/3-D Display

I first heard about these “bubble displays” from Life’s Little Mysteries and then read about them in more detail on the Discovery News website. But if you want to really understand the science, check out the website associated with the original 2012 … Continue reading

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Bubble Bots

I first saw this story on the “Life’s Little Mysteries” website (part of the LiveScience family of blogs & news outlets). Engineers Wenqi Hu, Kelly S. Ishii, and Aaron T. Ohta at the University of Hawaii at Manoa have created tiny robots made … Continue reading

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