Did you ever wish to spy in your neighborhood or in your girlfriends house . Osaka University and the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology have worked out to fulfill you dream .
They have co-developed a fuel cell that could be used to create a wireless sensor network comprised of a league of self-powered high-tech insects. With the new fuel cell, sensors are instead powered by the insect’s body fluid (trehalose) through a small needle inserted in its torso. A 3D-printed prototype of the cell produced 50.2 microwatts of power from a single cockroach, an impressive feat for a bug most of us would squash on sight.
Researchers have already been successful in controlling battery-operated roaches and using them as sensors. This can lead to the establishment of an entirely new domain of research , with many possible outcomes in near future where you may even be able to make possible communication with the distant person.
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