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Researcher Guoping Wang of Wuhan University, China, and a handful of collaborators 3D-printed a chameleon robot which changes colors in response to its environment, as spotted by New Scientist.

by • February 7, 2016 • No Comments

So far, the camouflage robot can just detect red, green and blue. Researchers are optimistic which a additional high end chameleon can be able-bodied to read any color at all, New Scientist reports. If a much like process can be shrunk down and streamlined, it may be utilized in military camouflage pursuits, Wang tells the publication.

Scientists have previously taken cues of another animal, the majestic squid, in their hunt for on-demand camouflage.


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