The machine consists of four wings that are arranged "like the petals of a flower," that flap at a rate of 20 times per second (Photo: Leif Ristroph)
New York University's flying jellyfish (Photo: Leif Ristroph)
What could be better than a jellyfish-inspired machine that swims underwater? Well, how about one that flies in the air? A group of scientists from New York University have created just such a contraption, and it could have big implications for tiny flying robots.
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