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Utility Fog consists of a mass of tiny robots. Unlike water fog, they do not float in the air but form a lattice by holding hands in 12 directions (corresponding to the struts in an octet truss).

Utility Fog consists of a mass of tiny robots. Unlike water fog, they do not float in the air but form a lattice by holding hands in 12 directions (corresponding to the struts in an octet truss).

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  1. 1. presentedby : sai kumar gundapaneni
  2. 2. 1) Introduction 2) A Better Idea About Utility Fog 3) Modes Of Operation 4) Architecture 5) Physical Properties 6) General Properties 7) Advantages Of A Utility Fog Environment 8) Applications And Uses 9) The Limits Of Utility Fog 10) Conclusion
  3. 3.  Invented by Dr.J.Stross Hall in 2001  Based on the concept of molecular nanotechnology  Foglets consists of microscopic computers ,gears,motors with telescopic arms  Arms interlock –power & communication  Individual foglets 2-3 % of space
  4. 4.  Robot (foglet) with the size of a human cell  Swarm of foglets known as utility fog  Enables : - creation levitation manipulation teleportation shape shifting
  5. 5.  Nanotech designs based on carbons  Forms a crystal which is very stiff and strong  Structural element of Foglet made of aluminium oxide  Each Foglet has 12 arms  Arms rotate on the joint at the base  Gripper rotate about arm axis
  6. 6.  Little robot called Foglet - 12 arms.  Grippers at the end of arms.  Foglets can simulate any environment  In a room filled with Foglets –walk without noticing anything.
  7. 7. NANO- CONTROLLER FOGLET- ARM FOGLET - 2 GRIPPERINPUT
  8. 8.  Couplers - Communication and power control  Optical waveguide - Communication from user  Power and electrical transmission line - Power supply in foglet  Grippers - Locking foglets together
  9. 9. Native Mode :  Mobility concept-Can move in different directions and can perform any mechanical action  Example : Table Solid and Locked Fog Mode :  Static concept-Static foglets ,Pixelate, to transmit information and sound  Example:Display screen on immovable objects with 100 micron resolution with a processing power of 286 PC
  10. 10.  Foglets run on electricity  They store hydrogen as energy source  Foglets slide or move objects  If this motion dissipative consumes lot of power  Arms being pushed receive same amount of energy
  11. 11.  12 arms & 3 axis control  Simpler controllers give commands  Each computer - nano watts  Trillions of computers –few kW heat produced  This reduces 90 % heat generation
  12. 12.  Paint the wall with U-Fog  Make walls of U-Fog  Can form any object  Obsolete objects can form floor  Any hardness ,temp.  Same precision as measured by human senses
  13. 13.  Fog house –protection within 98% of lethal blast area  Bacteria free  Accidents in factories can be avoided  Household accidents avoided- staircas, knife , bookshelf.  Factories- transportation & operation of machines
  14. 14.  High strength & low weight  High heat  Anything req chemical transformation  Can simulate wind but not air  Unemployment
  15. 15.  Replacement for all the technologies around us  More compatible and sophisticated  Safer environment  Wonder world making life easy and lazy

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