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Published on Mar 18, 2015
Work Plan 8. Biomechanical simulation of fins in fishes Task 8.2 : Anomalocaris Task 8.6 : Schinderhannes bartelsi
Schinderhannes bartelsi and Anomalocaris
Schinderhannes bartelsi is an anomalocarid known from one specimen from the lower Devonian Hunsrück Slates. Its discovery was astonishing because previously,anomalocaridids were known only from exceptionally well-preserved fossil beds (Lagerstätten) from the Cambrian, 100 million years earlier.
Anomalocaridids, such as Anomalocaris, were organisms thought to be distantly related to the arthropods. These creatures looked quite unlike any organism living today—they had segmented exoskeletons, with lateral lobes used for swimming, typically large compound eyes, often set on stalks, and most strikingly, a pair of large, claw-like great appendages that resembled headless shrimp. These appendages are thought to have passed food to the animal's mouth, which resembled a ring of pineapple.
I discovered that there exists a mathematical theorem and formulas that integrates every voluntary movement of natural animals. This is also the invention of a universal biomechanical linkage element to create artificial animals. It's the first universal perfect machine element in human history which surpass the conventional functions such as rotating elements like wheels and propellers invented in ancient times or robotics joint torque control.
This technological innovation which brings the infinite applications was born through the historic intangible cultural heritage and the esoteric education in Romandy of Switzerland where has a high perspective overlooking the whole world and is active in alternative medicine and sustainability of global environment.
That is, I made this technological innovation by the agglutination of the theories of two traditional intellectual properties that are related to medical technologies in the east and the west such as European mechanical art called Automata and Chinese internal martial arts called Kung Fu.
We now have reached the one of singular point.
Then I also discovered the fundamental theory which is able to explain well this technological innovation among the philosophy advocated by Abraham-Louis Breguet the horologist of Neuchatel at two hundred years ago.
In order to demonstrate the infinite applications, divided the holistic work plan in the 10 work packages, I designed the basic applications of voluntary movement, introduced it visually.