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DateDate: 24-11-2018, 06:43

  Personal non-property and property rights for the invention belong to the author and protected under current legislation. 
  Presented below startup is the real mobile app, innovation of which is in the virtual presence of users in real places in on-line mode. That is, the author of this original idea offers to bring it to life with the help of mobile applications "Inport", situational moments, when there is, for some reason, to be in desired locations, and the presence there is enough desired or necessary. This presentation will describe a virtual presence in the discos of the world by using individual mobile disco portal "INDISCO".
  So, on the one hand, there is no problem to virtually visit via the Internet any place where you have access to video cameras. But a professional and original approach with the appropriate functional moderation platform "Innovator" is not found why and consented to the presentation of this idea. First and foremost, for proper functioning of the application, the institutions of this disco will be invited to give appropriate access to their video cameras. They will be interested and glad that their original disco events and parties have become known to a larger circle of people as the users of this application initially will be able to attend these events virtually. After the first time a virtual visit any discos, app your reminders will encourage user to a real visit to this disco. Now how all this will happen in a real operation.
  The user installs the app, indicating your location. The application provides full list of existing discos with future programs and announcements. The user reserves a virtual visit to the relevant institution or institutions and is waiting for a sound or text notification from the mobile application on the beginning of the event. When the signal is received, the user can view in real time the course of an entire disco of the event with the possibility of virtual Dating or ordering of songs. All this will be available only when reservations virtual visits of remote users and actual visitors of the institution. The real visitors of discotheques in real time place a request for their desired plans for the evening, and waiting for an offer for their implementation. That is, when booking places on the disco to any virtual user, you can see suggestions for real visitors. That is one of the main functional innovations of this application.
  The same procedure takes place and the order of the songs or the delivery of meals from the menu of this establishment. Also functionality will allow on the screen of the gadget is original to combine the existing disco lighting and a light show with sound. That is, will the effect of the presence of close to a real visit.
In summing up the presentation, you can say that this application provides an original method of virtual presence at the disco, applying a fantastic method of porting. 
  What is important to future investment prospects for this startup, is that some services are quite right to make a charge. 
  This idea is open to investment, and full of redemption. 

DateDate: 24-11-2018, 06:36

Scientists from Cornell University are developing a robot jumping out of the water, studying the mechanism of jumping from crustaceans and frogs for this, experts presented their conclusions during the 71st annual meeting of the Physical Development Department of the American Physical Society, which took place on November 18-20 at the World Georgia Congress in Atlanta (GA).
The researchers found that the height of the animal's jump is strongly related to the size of its body, and the “trapped mass of water” complicates the jump, limiting its height.
Sangwan Jung is an associate professor at the Department of Biology and Ecology at Cornell University, and one of his students, Brian Chang, presented at the meeting his developments on creating a robotic system inspired by jumping copepods (tiny crustaceans) and frogs.
“We collected data on aquatic animals of various sizes - from about 1 millimeter to tens of meters, which jump out of the water, and were able to figure out how the maximum height of their jump is related to body size,” said Jung.
In nature, animals often move and emerge from water for various purposes, including avoiding predators, catching prey, or communicating. “But since water is 1,000 times denser than air, entering or leaving water requires a lot of effort, so aquatic animals face mechanical problems,” said Jung.
Since the subject — for example, a dolphin or a copepod — jumps through the water, the so-called “trapped water mass” is added to it. This water mass is turned on and rushes in a stream along the bodies of animals. The group found that the trapped water mass is important because it limits the maximum jump height of the animals.
“We are trying to understand how biological systems are able to effectively identify and overcome these problems in order to maximize productivity. This could shed light on how engineering systems can move through layers of air and water, ”said Jung.
Most aquatic animals have a streamlined shape that limits the effect of trapped water mass, so the water easily slides over the body. “That's why they are such good jumpers,” said Jung. “But when we made and tested a robotic system similar to jumping animals, it did not jump as hard as animals. Why? Our robot is not so good around it and carries with it a lot of water. Imagine getting out of a pool with a wet coat — you might not be able to walk because of the weight of the water. ”
The new robot group has a simple design, similar to the door hinge with a rubber band. The rubber band is wrapped around the outer perimeter of the door hinge printed on the 3D printer, while the tiny wire that holds the loop allows it to roll over when the liquid moves down. “This robot shows the importance of captured water mass at the moment when an object jumps out of the water,” he said.
Then the group will modify and improve its robotic system so that it can jump higher from the water - to the height of a jump of copepods or frogs. “This system can then be used to monitor near water bodies,” said Jung.