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    1. Of course that ketchup I’ve been waiting to clean up has probably solidified by now…

  1. Fred Kulack says:

    Took me a bit to figure out. Its a roller. Look at the video on the main web site. Its a bit easier to see. Nice, video, it looks magically impossible.

    1. Stephen Carr says:

      you sir, win. i can’t believe i couldn’t see that. it actually seems possible with that tidbit of information.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Search for superpeel! Great concept, but this looks like a whole new level.

  3. no whey says:

    Pretty neat, but what’s the application? Not moving spills intact from one place to another.
    We need practical tools like robots which can enter a nuclear reactor containment building and show us what’s happening inside.

    1. Anonymous says:

      You know what? You’re absolutely right. Any device for which there is no immediately obvious application should be destroyed, or preferably not created in the first place.

      Also, listen up Makers! Stop working on your projects until the world’s problems have been solved!

      If you have any questions or comments regarding these policies, please direct them to “no whey”.

      1. Anonymous says:

        Also,
        http://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/industrial-robots/japan-robots-to-fix-troubled-nuclear-reactors
        and
        http://spectrum.ieee.org/tech-talk/semiconductors/design/radiationhardening-101
        have some interesting discussion about using robots in nuclear reactors (hint: it’s not as simple as you seem to think).

    2. Alan says:

      The application is obvious: this will be the perfect way to move my neighbor’s dog’s poop from my front yard to his doorstep.

    3. Seth Meyers says:

      Dig down into the website — lots of industrial applications…it’s a Special World Idea Technology Revolution in mochi bun handling…

      http://furukawakiko.com/?p=135&preview=true

    4. Automation for baked goods. Moving a row of non baked cookies (or more liquidy things) from one place to another without the required cleaning maintenance.

  4. Jim Dibb says:

    People believe this is not just running it backward? Look at the smudges at 1:35 vs 1:42.

  5. Jim Dibb says:

    People are sure this it not just running it backward? Look at the smudges at 1:35 vs 1:42.

    1. VRAndy says:

      I don’t think so, the blotches they put back down are not pixel-perfect identical to the ones they pick up. They’re distorted slightly.