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DateDate: 22-12-2018, 08:26



 
 Personal non-property and property rights to the invention belong to the author, and are protected according to the norms of the current legislation.
 The idea is that in ordinary cans, under pressure, is placed the soap composition of the various texture,colour and smell. That is how we use shaving foam or a variety of sprays, so we can use soap or soap and water.
 This idea simplifies the use of the soap and reduces the time of preparation of soap to use. Conveniently enough the use of this invention on the road or in nature.
 The idea is open for investment and complete its foreclosure.
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DateDate: 22-12-2018, 08:17

In recent years, we have seen many interesting and unusual robotic projects, to which the Velox robot, created by the specialists of the American company Pliant Energy Systems, can be safely attributed. The propulsion system of this robot, based on two "fins", making oscillatory movements, allows it to effectively slide in the water and in the surface, to move on a complex surface, and recently the robot has gained new abilities that allow it to use its fins as skates for movement across the surface of open smooth ice, reports dailytechinfo.org.
The unique abilities of the Velox robot, oddly enough, are the results of research in the field of renewable energy sources. It is in this direction that Pliant Energy Systems is working, whose specialists are striving to create highly efficient converters of sea-wave energy into electrical energy. And, as it turned out, the principles that ensure the collection of wave energy can be used to ensure the movement of man-made vehicles in the marine environment.
Instead of solid rotating blades that make ships and submarines move, the Velox robot uses a pair of flexible fins. An on-board central processor controls the operation of several drives, which, distributing energy properly, create undulating oscillatory movements of the fins. At one time, we have already seen robots with a similar propulsion system, and we know that such a system is not only highly efficient, it gives the floating robots a fairly high maneuverability.
The difference between the design of the Velox robot and the designs of other similar robots is that when it needs to go out and start moving overland, the robot turns its fins 90 degrees down. The strength of the material from which the fins are made is enough so that they, without bending, keep the weight of the robot itself and the payload it carries, while retaining the possibility of making oscillatory movements in another plane.