Autonomous aquarium: robotic fish swim for social impact

Two hands place a robotic fish in an LED-lit aquarium, next to a robot fish already in the water.
A robot fish is placed in an aquarium.

Three University of Michigan students engineered a robotic school of fish prototype, named “Swarm Fish,” as part of their class project in ROB 203: Robotics Mechanisms.

The project, by students Devin Jones, Krystelle Fernandez, and Yatee Balan, is just one example of the many robotics course projects that offer students rigorous hands-on work and prepare student roboticists to meet the emerging needs of society.

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