A high-tech aquarium holds robotic fish that feed off wireless power, glow, and swim about in a sealed tank.
On today's show, Ashley and Khail check out how NASA might use tiny robot swarms to search for resources on other planets, watch two goldfish play Street Fighter 2, and discuss an art installation consisting of a shotgun re-imagined into a flute.
We never thought we'd be writing this, but apparently there are two fish playing Street Fighter 2, and it's live-streaming on Twitch right now. This is not a drill. Goldfish are, in fact, playing a video game (with the help of some clever programming).
Fish Plays Pokemon is about one pet fish's struggle against chaos -- and it has the Internet tuning in by the thousands.
It sounds like something out of Monty Python, but the salmon cannon is actually an ingenious solution to problems with fish migration.
Ridiculous Fishing is a fun and funny diversion, with upgrades that suck you in, and the kind of arcade action that makes it easy to recommend to any iOS gamer.
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Researchers have created a "soft" robofish powered by carbon dioxide that can swim around on its own and execute a critical escape maneuver just as fast as a real fish.
Some of the world's toughest rock climbers live on Hawaii's Big Island, where they scale sheer rock the equivalent of a 26-mile vertical marathon.
A design studio has built an Arduino-powered fish tank on wheels that is steered, albeit unknowingly, by the fish swimming inside.
Scientists find that fish are scared of robot predators, but not when they're totally hammered.