TECH  ·   June 9, 2014

3D x-rays reveal insects' internal movements

- Scientists from the Karslruhe Institute of Technology are using 3D X-ray technology to look inside living insects and to see how their various body parts work together as bio-mechanical systems. The German researchers say the technology could be utilized by engineers to replicate the mechanics of animals in machines. ()

- Scientists from the Karslruhe Institute of Technology are using 3D X-ray technology to look inside living insects and to see how their various body parts work together as bio-mechanical systems. The German researchers say the technology could be utilized by engineers to replicate the mechanics of animals in machines. ()

3D x-rays reveal insects' internal movements (1:15)

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