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Windows 7: Computing using water droplets

08 Sep 2012   #1
A Guy

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Computing using water droplets

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Forget optical computing or quantum computing: researchers at Aalto University have successfully used water droplets as bits of digital information.

Using what they term 'superhydrophobic droplet logic', they've built a memory device, as well as devices for elementary Boolean logic operations.


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08 Sep 2012   #2
Skylais

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I don't quite understand how that works, but that is insane.
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08 Sep 2012   #3
MrNeeds

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Similar to billiards really, one droplet knocks the other one down one route and aims the next one just slightly to the opposite one ready to be knocked down the other route, it will always be consistent because the drops will always set the next one up for a specific path.
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09 Sep 2012   #4
boogieboy

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i not understand too
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09 Sep 2012   #5
Mintos45

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What the...
Amazing.
Simply Amazing.
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11 Sep 2012   #6
smarteyeball

 
 

The ideas a bit wet don't you think?
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11 Sep 2012   #7
A Guy

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Would make water cooling so much easier though. A Guy
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