Dear ladies and gentlemen,
I present a plan of Unmanned Underwater Vehicles in the future.
The biomechanical simulation of crawling swimmers (above)
The biomechanical simulation of hand movement :
(It is similar to jellyfish propulsion mechanism.)
The biomechanical simulation of rays' fins :
The biomechanical simulation of anomalocaris :
These creations were born from a discovery of the theorem of voluntary movement of natural animal as well as an invention of the universal mechanical linkage.
My work in progress :
In May, I was invited to ARTIS the Royal Zoo in Amsterdam. The director request me for the physical implementation of artificial animal. So, I'm proposing to rapid prototype using 3D printing and other affordable hardware and software.
Industrial trends :
NVIDIA Isaac (Unreal Engine 4 based virtual simulator) can train AI of such as robot that runs with wheels, robot that fly in the sky with propellers, robot that moves underwater with screws. So I can produce mechanical legs in place of wheel, mechanical wings in place of propeller, and mechanical fins in place of screw. The burden of mechanism analysis (work to obtain the joint parameters to optimal exercise) which occupy the majority of my production process will be greatly improved by Isaac and AI.
With the new image guided application platforms based on Augmented Reality such as the Microsoft HoloLens, I'm considering to contribute to 3D drone application and medical treatment / rehabilitation / scientific research.
I'm a Romandy(French speaking Swiss)-based independent scientist.
In November 2005, when I was watching the demonstration of androids made in the 19th century at the museum of Neuchatel, I met a NAS engineer (NASA Advanced Supercomputing division).
He was invited by NASA after developed many cars in Subaru.
He was a super generalist who understood all the manufacturing processes during this period. Therefore, NAS needed his outstanding overall wisdom for the high end CAD design and manufacturing of the Mars probe.
He instructed me with a lot of advice. He immediately noticed my potential talent through his experiences and was expecting me. He predicted that I would become famous little by little.
Today, open source software has evolved, and hardware has become cheaper and convenient.
So, I made the effort to be a generalist like him.
In 2006, 2007 I settled in Sainte-Croix. then participated in the project of François Junod (He is a great master of automata creator.) and Leganess city of Spain, and actually supervised the production of large artificial horse.
Later I moved to La Chaux-de-Fonds. I learned the game theory and the principle concept of biomechanics of Chinese martial arts.
In 2012, under the approval of the French state, I launched a new project. And I made a revolutionary invention. At that time, I found a new theory of voluntary movement which was submitted by Abraham-Louis Breguet, a physicist and horologist in his book "Essay about the animal force and the principle of voluntary movement" in the early 19th century. I decided to promote a new research and development by combining his theory in my inxentions. This is my philosophical approach. then I was invited to the Breguet Museum at Paris.
I study the wisdom of Huguenot and anti-Qing Dynasty resistance forces. It is the same as during the Renaissance period, Leonardo da Vinci studied the wisdom of ancient Greece and Roman culture from Arab and Bizants. Their internal reform efforts are an open system that has external interactions. That become a philosophy lead a natural science which find the trust in providence to evolve the human race and that future.
醫生為機匠 The Doctor as Mechanic