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Caption: Animation of utility fog nanorobots. Utility fog is a concept in nanotechnology in which numerous tiny robots can physically grab each other or let each other go with protruding arms, forming strong, temporary structures that can model anything required. The concept was popularised by Dr John Storrs Hall in 1993.

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Utility fog nanorobots

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Duration: 00:00:30

Frame size: 1920x1080

Frame rate: 25

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