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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9910 Plants 1 06/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Harpeet Sareen / MIT Pot-grown plants able to move around by controlling a robotic set of wheels have been created by scientists.The researchers call their plant Elowan which looks like a pot plant with wheels attached and describe the research as Cyborg Botany.And it is able to move and seek out light sources without needing programming.Plants are already natural electronic systems. Using their leaves and other organs to sense changes in light, temperature, touch, wounds, pressure and other environmental input.They respond to these stimuli by sending electrical signals through their bodies.The team at the USA???s Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab tapped into these signals with electrodes inserted into the plant's stems and leaves. They're naturally fairly weak, so the signals are amplified before passing to the robot, which then moves according to the plant's "wishes." OPS: The cyborg plant. Diagram showing how the plant ceels get excited by outside stimuli such as light. This energery is harnessed by the wheels Pictue supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9910 Plants 1 06/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Harpeet Sareen / MIT Pot-grown plants able to move around by controlling a robotic set of wheels have been created by scientists.The researchers call their plant Elowan which looks like a pot plant with wheels attached and describe the research as Cyborg Botany.And it is able to move and seek out light sources without needing programming.Plants are already natural electronic systems. Using their leaves and other organs to sense changes in light, temperature, touch, wounds, pressure and other environmental input.They respond to these stimuli by sending electrical signals through their bodies.The team at the USA???s Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab tapped into these signals with electrodes inserted into the plant's stems and leaves. They're naturally fairly weak, so the signals are amplified before passing to the robot, which then moves according to the plant's "wishes." OPS: The cyborg plant. Pictue supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9910 Plants 1 06/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Harpeet Sareen / MIT Pot-grown plants able to move around by controlling a robotic set of wheels have been created by scientists.The researchers call their plant Elowan which looks like a pot plant with wheels attached and describe the research as Cyborg Botany.And it is able to move and seek out light sources without needing programming.Plants are already natural electronic systems. Using their leaves and other organs to sense changes in light, temperature, touch, wounds, pressure and other environmental input.They respond to these stimuli by sending electrical signals through their bodies.The team at the USA???s Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab tapped into these signals with electrodes inserted into the plant's stems and leaves. They're naturally fairly weak, so the signals are amplified before passing to the robot, which then moves according to the plant's "wishes." OPS: The cyborg plant rolls towards a light source from a lamp Pictue supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9910 Plants 1 06/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Harpeet Sareen / MIT Pot-grown plants able to move around by controlling a robotic set of wheels have been created by scientists.The researchers call their plant Elowan which looks like a pot plant with wheels attached and describe the research as Cyborg Botany.And it is able to move and seek out light sources without needing programming.Plants are already natural electronic systems. Using their leaves and other organs to sense changes in light, temperature, touch, wounds, pressure and other environmental input.They respond to these stimuli by sending electrical signals through their bodies.The team at the USA???s Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab tapped into these signals with electrodes inserted into the plant's stems and leaves. They're naturally fairly weak, so the signals are amplified before passing to the robot, which then moves according to the plant's "wishes." OPS: The cyborg plant.Diagram showing how the plant was wired up to tap into its natural electrical signals. Pictue supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9910 Plants 1 06/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Harpeet Sareen / MIT Pot-grown plants able to move around by controlling a robotic set of wheels have been created by scientists.The researchers call their plant Elowan which looks like a pot plant with wheels attached and describe the research as Cyborg Botany.And it is able to move and seek out light sources without needing programming.Plants are already natural electronic systems. Using their leaves and other organs to sense changes in light, temperature, touch, wounds, pressure and other environmental input.They respond to these stimuli by sending electrical signals through their bodies.The team at the USA???s Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab tapped into these signals with electrodes inserted into the plant's stems and leaves. They're naturally fairly weak, so the signals are amplified before passing to the robot, which then moves according to the plant's "wishes." OPS: The cyborg plant is able to roll towards a light source Pictue supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9910 Plants 1 06/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Harpeet Sareen / MIT Pot-grown plants able to move around by controlling a robotic set of wheels have been created by scientists.The researchers call their plant Elowan which looks like a pot plant with wheels attached and describe the research as Cyborg Botany.And it is able to move and seek out light sources without needing programming.Plants are already natural electronic systems. Using their leaves and other organs to sense changes in light, temperature, touch, wounds, pressure and other environmental input.They respond to these stimuli by sending electrical signals through their bodies.The team at the USA???s Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab tapped into these signals with electrodes inserted into the plant's stems and leaves. They're naturally fairly weak, so the signals are amplified before passing to the robot, which then moves according to the plant's "wishes." OPS: The cyborg plant. Pictue supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9910 Plants 1 06/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Harpeet Sareen / MIT Pot-grown plants able to move around by controlling a robotic set of wheels have been created by scientists.The researchers call their plant Elowan which looks like a pot plant with wheels attached and describe the research as Cyborg Botany.And it is able to move and seek out light sources without needing programming.Plants are already natural electronic systems. Using their leaves and other organs to sense changes in light, temperature, touch, wounds, pressure and other environmental input.They respond to these stimuli by sending electrical signals through their bodies.The team at the USA???s Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab tapped into these signals with electrodes inserted into the plant's stems and leaves. They're naturally fairly weak, so the signals are amplified before passing to the robot, which then moves according to the plant's "wishes." OPS: The cyborg plant. Pictue supplied by Ferrari
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