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Cleaning the seas with asymmetric motion capture

 

I have always liked asymmetric motion capture. Things like zip-tie, rachets, and tesla valves.

It deeply saddens me that Maxwell’s Demon doesn’t actually work. (At least the extensions to Szilard’s engine and Landauer’s principle don’t incrementally sadden me.)

Every once in a great while, I come across a practical macroscopic application of asymmetric motion capture. Ten years ago, I saw a novel wind energy capture device. The Seabin is the first one I have been excited about since then, so I wanted to share it with you.

 

 

More information about Seabins is available from the World Economic Forum.

 

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