Unlocking the Possibilities of Contactless Object Movement: A Breakthrough in Ultrasound Wave Manipulation
It’s Not Science Fiction! A New Method to Move Objects Without Touch A team of University of Minnesota Twin Cities researchers has discovered a way of manipulating objects using ultrasound waves. This opens the door for contactless movements in industries such as manufacturing and robotics, without the need for internal power sources. The findings were published in peer-reviewed journal Nature Communications.
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Not Science Fiction: A New Method To Move Objects Without Contact