Underwater glove: This sonar glove makes palpable the diverse underwater world

Underwater glove: This sonar glove makes palpable the diverse underwater world

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Scientists of the empowerment informatics program of at Tsukuba University have developed an innovative sonar glove, which possible to feel objects, even if it is still hundreds of meters away from these deep under water. So, you could sense for example the sunken Titanic, without it for miles to dive to the bottom of the sea. Aim of the sonar glove is precisely this: to make even if one is still far from this or the underwater visibility is just too bad tangible objects under water. See more to the innovative underwater glove and you will learn in this post with us on future trends.

It would be relatively free of sense, if one could establish a sonar glove for the feeling of sunken ships. Clearly, even this enormous potential, but primarily the glove don’t is intended for this use, but rather to divers, especially when it comes to saving lives, helping, for example after a flood disaster where the visibility under water is severely limited. In such situations, a third eye, which uses solar technology to the feeling of objects, can be of enormous benefit. An object is approaching the carrier of the sonar glove, so to increase the pressure in the glove and more specifically in the tips of the fingers. Instead of vibrating motors, the glove uses water directly and pumps this depending on distance to nearby objects with small engines you mini are connected with an Arduino Pro, in the tips of the fingers. So, the underwater world, to be high resolution tactile. Similar to the sensors of sharks or dolphins.