The air-powered microprocessor developed by Minsoung Rhee and Mark Burns at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, processes signals by sucking air in and out of tubes. Amazingly innovative, this takes wind-powered technology to a new level.
Technological innovation in today’s world happens so fast, and with such regularity, that new advances in the field go by unnoticed. Just like breathing air, our society takes these amazing technological feats for granted. Find out more on the the air-powered microprocessor by watching the video above.
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Next-Gen Microprocessor Operates Via Air
- By: Brian G RandlesSep 6, 2009