Bat, dolphin research could benefit roving robots, hearing-impaired

05/12/2010 | BBC

Researchers studying bats and dolphins found that the animals use sound as an echo-locating trick to trap their prey. Researchers aim to use the finding to improve the way roving robots navigate around dangerous environments and enhance the location-finding abilities of the hearing-impaired or people with cochlear implants.

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