RoboFish (The VAYU project)

This project is the first endeavour of BREED HKU, HKU’s first bio-inspired robotics organisation. RoboFish is our very own robotic fish, controlled by a raspberry pi and powered by a battery, aimed at helping us learn more about underwater biomechanics. Not only does the fish have a high speed potential, but the project also involves the study of how fish movements are affected by different variables such as turbulence and drag. This targets the analysis of marine biology and ecosystems. Our model has many applications for research and development in the academic world, such as surveillance systems and sea exploration.

Welcome students from Yuen Long Merchants Association Secondary School

Date: November 22, 2019 (Friday) Time: 11:30am – 12:30pm No. of sessions: 2 sessions with 20 students per session Participants: 40 Form 4 students Presenter: Timothy Ng and team representatives (‘BREED’ bio-inspired robotic group); Ivan Chau and team representatives (GG2EZ Drone Studio Team); Utkarsh Goel and team representatives (Clearbot team) Contact: Emily Leung and Edward Hung, Innovation Wing, Faculty …

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Faculty of Engineering Laboratory Tour – DreamLab

Date: November 16, 2019 (Saturday)Time: 10:00am – 12:00nnNo. of sessions: 6 sessions Presenter: Timothy Ng and team representatives (‘BREED’ bio-inspired robotic group); Jasper Yeung and team representatives (HKU Racing team); David Liu and Eric Chen (Robomaster team) Contact: Emily Leung and Edward Hung, Innovation Wing, Faculty of Engineering Welcome Dear Students, Welcome to the Dreamlab, a place where …

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