X
  • Researchers from the Universities of Bristol and Antwerp created an 'artificial bat,' complete with ultrasonic microphones and an ultrasonic speaker acting as ears and a mouth, to gather echoes from different locations and assess the templates from the data. They found that the echoes returning from each place were unique enough for them to be used to recognize the location.
    Vanderelst et al., eLife, 2016
    Researchers from the Universities of Bristol and Antwerp created an 'artificial bat,' complete with ultrasonic microphones and an ultrasonic speaker acting as ears and a mouth, to gather echoes from different locations and assess the templates from the data. They found that the echoes returning from each place were unique enough for them to be used to recognize the location.
  • The artificial bat device in action at St. Andrew's Park, Bristol -- a much leafier environment in comparison to Israel's corridor of boulders.
    Vanderelst et al., eLife, 2016
    The artificial bat device in action at St. Andrew's Park, Bristol -- a much leafier environment in comparison to Israel's corridor of boulders.
  • The artificial bat device in action at St. Andrew's Park, Bristol -- a much leafier environment in comparison to Israel's corridor of boulders.
    Vanderelst et al., eLife, 2016
    The artificial bat device in action at St. Andrew's Park, Bristol -- a much leafier environment in comparison to Israel's corridor of boulders.
Chat now!
0.90161