UTILITY FOG
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Nanofog is a highly advanced nanotechnology which the Technocratic Union has developed as the ultimate multi-purpose tool. It is a user-friendly, completely programmable collection of avogadro (6 x1023) numbers of nanomachines that can form a vast range of machinery, from wristwatches to spaceships. It can simulate any material from gas, liquid, and solid, and it can even be used in sufficient quantities to implement the ultimate in virtual reality. ITx researchers suggest that more complex applications could include uploading human minds into planet-sized collections of Utility Fog. Active, polymorphic material, Utility Fog can be designed as a conglomeration of 100-micron robotic cells called foglets. Such robots could be built with the techniques of molecular nanotechnology. Controllers with processing capabilities of 1000 MIPS per cubic micron, and electric motors with power densities of one milliwatt per cubic micron are assumed. Utility Fog should be capable of simulating most everyday materials, dynamically changing its form and proper ties, and forms a substrate for an integrated virtual reality and telerobotics. This paper will examine the concept, and explore some of the applications of this material.
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02-07-2010, 02:14 PM

hai i'm planning to do seminar and presentation on utility fog ....
i dont hav much time to prepare ...
as it is already friday today and the presentation is on monday ...
cud you pls send me the ppt and the report along with some extra info bout utility fog
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Utility Fog


.pptx   O815331033-Utility-Fog (2).pptx (Size: 2.35 MB / Downloads: 21)


Introduction:



Utility fog is a term suggested by Dr. John Storrs Hall to describe a hypothetical collection of tiny robots together performing a certain function.

It has a body about the size of a human cell and 12 arms sticking out in all directions.

It can simulate to the same precision
as measured by the human senses
most of the physical properties.


Modes of operations


There are two modes of operation.

In native mode individual foglets move into different positions and perform certain mechanical operations depending on what object it is forming.

In fog mode, the foglets do not move,
but act more like pixels on a television
screen - they pixelate.



Design : How to build a Fog?


Most currently proposed nanotechnological designs are based on carbon. For a foglet however, aluminum oxide is used.

Each Foglet has twelve arms, arranged as the faces of a dodecahedron. The arms telescope rather than having joints. The arms swivel on a universal joint at the base, and the gripper at the end cart rotate about the arm’s axis.

The gripper is a hexagonal structure with three fingers, mounted on alternating faces of the hexagon. Two Foglets grasp hands in an interleaved six-finger grip. Since the fingers are designed to match the end of the other arm, this provides a relatively rigid connection.


Communication and Control


Using a RISC design allows a single processor to control a 100 kHz arm; using auxiliary controllers will let it do all 12 easily.

A problem face here is heat dissipation.

As long as the computers can go into a standby mode when the Fog is standing still this is quite workable.

If the Fog were configured as a store-and-forward network it would be very inefficient. Instead virtual circuits using optical repeaters can be implemented.
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