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MIT Researchers Want to Talk to Spiders – Gizmodo Australia

If you think working from home is hard, consider the spider, who lives at work in a house it built. Arachnids use their intricate webs to trap meals, navigating…

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If you think working from home is hard, consider the spider, who lives at work in a house it built. Arachnids use their intricate webs to trap meals, navigating across the structure using the vibrations it senses through the hairs on its legs.
Today, a team of researchers at MIT report that theyve translated those vibrations into musical tones. Whats more, they raise the prospect of someday communicating with spiders, using their vibrational world as a medium for language.
The team presented their…

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