Improving Device Performance with Medical-Grade Fibre
Four years before the Wright brothers made history on North Carolina's Kitty Hawk beach in December 1903, Orville and Wilbur discovered a method for controlling an aircraft in flight known as wing-warping that enabled them to improve the amount of lift provided by the wings and helped the plane stay aloft for that first successful flight.
That critical principle, developed by the brothers after hours of observing buzzards twisting the tips of their wings as they soared above the Great Miami River in Ohio, stands today as one of the more familiar examples of biomimetics - an age-old practice that's earning fresh attention from product engineers seeking to improve device performance.
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