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Fly-inspired tech could find use in better hearing aids
When it comes to animals with good hearing, flies might not be the first one you'd think of. The Ormia ochracea fly, however, has a unique hearing mechanism that allows it to precisely determine the location of a cricket based on its chirps ...
Parasitic Fly Inspires New Type Of Hearing Aid
Scientists will be presenting results at the 21st annual International Congress on Acoustics in Montreal next week about how an unpresuming little fly called Ormia ochracea inspired their research.
Building on evolution: From insects to drones
Scientists have long been impressed by Ormia ochracea, a small parasitic fly whose females deposit their larvae on or near certain types of cricket.
Parasitic flies inspire potential revolution in hearing aids
The female Ormia ochracea, hunts down male crickets it plans on embedding its larvae in by tracking their giveaway chirrups. They can do this from a distance, locating the cricket even when its song ceases based on the sounds it has already interpreted.
Smaller and smarter antennas for military use
For several years, Behdad has been tackling this problem by developing biomimetic technology inspired by the Ormia ochracea, a tiny fly that achieves excellent directional hearing with two closely spaced ears on its thorax—which to an antenna engineer ...

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