Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Big E, Dec 5, 2011.
Here's the future of flytying. Where's John Connor when you need him?
Human operator (apparently Dr G. Szlyk) demonstrating the dexterity of remotely operated surgical tools: http://narcoosseefl.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/robotic_surgery.jpg
it would not be cost effective for the Companies.. the Robots will cost them too much money to purchase.. they'd have to charge $5 a fly to cover the cost of the Robots...
Bots got nothing on the lego guys .
Perhaps an application of an injured soldier tying but much too time consuming and inaacurate for commercial applications at this time. The set-up would be cost prohibitive.
I'd take up fly tying if I had a bunch of those Lego guys helping.
Great post, we need some humor, too much taken seriously lately.
Those Lego guys were so funny . . . and the music was great!