British scientists want to use 3d printing small robot exploring the pyramids in Egypt

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British scientists want to use 3d printing small robot exploring the pyramids in Egypt

Postby Downey_Wercan » Mon Jul 27, 2015 3:30 am

The Egyptian pyramids, is listed as one of the life will go to the tourist attractions, but scientists more curious, what is inside the pyramid? The Leeds university research team, through 3 d printers to build a small robot, mount a miniature camera, to use the robot went in mining. Image

One of the seven wonders of the world, the great pyramid of giza in Egypt has been a famous tourist attraction, but inside the pyramid, is, scientists have been trying to solve the mystery.

Known within the pyramids of giza, a pharaoh's tomb and queen rooms, including appended to the pharaoh's tomb, two ventilation shafts, did not lead to the pyramids, British scientists at the university of Leeds, now plans to launch "road trip" from here.

Leeds university's secret weapon, that is, it is called DJEDI Robot small robots. Involved in the project the Leeds university graduate student, said: "we this robot, USES is" caterpillar mechanism ", there are four soft tentacles, able to climb in the metope of the ventilation shaft."
Britain's Leeds university robot director said: "when I was in driving the robot, in fact, a lot of pressure, you can imagine there are all stone, maybe just like on the moon or Mars, but the difference is the wrong place you go, just out."
Actually scientists in the past, try to send robots to deep inside the pyramid mining, but most because machines lens volume is too big, and can't complete the task, now at the university of Leeds invention, will have the opportunity to unravel the mysteries of the pyramid, is now the Egyptian government to nod, such as small robots can prepare work.

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