Ultrasonic smart sensors in our ears allowed us to listen to bats on their terms. They asked for more funding for the national parks.

The Internet of Wild Things has been set up in London. Smart bat sensors have been installed at 15 sites across Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, allowing researchers to study the life of bats in unprecedented detail. Jaz Twersky wonders if one day, we’ll be able to wear this technology and communicate with bats directly. Recent developments in sensor technology suggest that while we may not be able to understand them, we could one day feel ultrasonic vibrations through spray-on sensors. //Alex Massey

//@WordNerdKnitter is a student, journalist, Editor-in-Chief @Triton_News, & knitter. She loves seeing Jewish & queer people in fiction.//

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