Closed-loop control of zebrafish response using a bioinspired robotic-fish in a preference test (2012)
Researchers at The Polytechnic Institute of New York University explored the interactions of zebrafish with a robotic-fish that autonomously observed and adapted to the live fish’s motion. An experimental setup was designed to allow the robotic-fish to change the movement of its tail as the fish approached or receded in the tank. Like a trained leader, a robotic-fish that beat its tail faster as zebrafish moved closer and slower as they swam away was found to be the most preferred by zebrafish.
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