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LLNL researchers reach into computing’s past to build ‘sentient’ material

LLNL researchers reach into computing’s past to build ‘sentient’ material

Written by David

February 20, 2019

Credit: Photo by Julie Russell/LLNL A series of mechanical logic gates are 3D-printed using the Large Area Projection Microstereolithography (LAPµSL) method. Credit: Photo by Julie Russell/LLNL Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists and engineers are combining mechanical computing with 3D printing as part of an effort to create “sentient” materials that can respond to changes in their surroundings, even in extreme environments. Pictured (l-r) are LLNL researchers Julie Jackson Mancini, Logan Bekker, Andy Pascall, and Robert Panas. A series of mechanical logic gates are 3D-printed using the Large Area Projection Microstereolithography (LAPµSL) method. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists and engineers are combining mechanical computing with 3D printing as part of an effort to create “sentient” materials that can respond to changes in their surroundings, even in extreme environments. Pictured (l-r) are LLNL researchers Julie Jackson Mancini, Logan Bekker, Andy Pascall, and Robert Panas. Newswise — Taking a page from the […]

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