Prasanth wrote:Until now the robotic movements are the one which will move like a machine by introducing this new nano cars into the field of robotics the movements can be made lot better and these can be done in the following way
By introducing these nano cars as neuron system we have the required movement and we can also have the movement that we required instance.
How it is going to possible is by introducing nano cars as the nervous system instead of stepper motors for the movement. The nervous system will just work as just the actual neurons in the human being to make the require movement. For instance take the hand of the robot until the fingers or the wrist movement is limited to the motors used but by introducing this nano neurons we can have the required movement as a flash.
The nano-car's molecular motor contains a pair of bonded carbon molecules that rotate in one direction if illuminated by a specific wavelength of light. After fixing the molecular engine to the car's chassis and shining a light on it, Tour's team confirmed that the engine was running by using nuclear magnetic resonance to monitor the position of the hydrogen atoms within it.
But the car was not released to drive itself along. "It's analogous to building a race car and putting it up on blocks," Tour said. "Now it's a question of getting it out on the track." The motor should function as a fifth wheel to drive the car along