A new technology is allowing a person to take a golf ball with a small chip in it and have it shoot it straight at a target with a precision of about 2 centimeters.
In a bid to find a new golf ball that is a lot faster than the current models, the University of Washington team, led by UW professor of physics and electrical engineering John Linnell, and University of Oregon professor of bioengineering David Leung, have developed a 3-D printed micro-Golf Ball that can be controlled from the comfort of the home.
The ball has a small microchip inside that can sense the ball’s shape and adjust its flight trajectory according to the ball.
The ball also has a gyroscope that allows it to adjust its trajectory to avoid hitting a surface it shouldn’t be hitting.
It can also use its sensors to track the distance to a target, and it can change its flight path based on the ball trajectory.
“If you’re shooting a ball at the right distance, it’ll hit the target,” said Linnel.
So it will shoot the ball with the right trajectory, or the ball will be out of the yard and the target will be in.””
Our research shows that you can tune the ball so it will hit a specific area in the yard.
So it will shoot the ball with the right trajectory, or the ball will be out of the yard and the target will be in.”
The micro-ball could also be used for target shooting, Linnill said.
“It’s kind of like a mini golf ball,” he said.
“You put it in the water and it swims around.
It can shoot a ball around the yard.”
The new technology could make golf balls much safer for players and could have huge potential for the sport.
“We think it will make golf a lot safer and it will also make golf more competitive,” said UW graduate student Alex Leong, one of the authors of the research paper published online this week in Nature Communications.
“I think the micro-gun could be the next big thing,” Leong said.
The microball’s design uses three main components: a ball, a micro-controller, and a small sensor.
The microcontroller controls the ball and can control the flight of the ball, according to a description of the design in the study.
The chip is 3 millimeters thick, and the ball has an embedded microchip that is 3 centimeters long.
The chip is printed in a process called a three-dimensional printed circuit, which allows for precise printing.
The team’s 3-dimensional-printed ball was tested with several different ball shapes and flight trajectories.
The researchers found the ball would consistently fly at a trajectory that was about 2 meters per second, with a range of about 3 meters.
This means that the ball can be shot straight down to the ground.
It is also a great way to have a ball that flies straight up from a ball hole.
The 3-d printed ball has multiple sensors, including a gyroscopic sensor, a laser, and an accelerometer.
“This is a small amount of electronics, and you need to be able to fit them in a very small space,” said Leong.
The researchers say that the microball could be used in other sports, including soccer, golf, and tennis.
“The ball’s trajectory could be controlled by the sensor in the microcontroller,” said Dr. Peter Bremner, who was not involved in the research.
“So it could be a weapon that could be mounted on the back of a car, and would have an accelerometers on the front that would be able.
So you could have the microprocessor in a golf bag, or a tennis racket, or whatever you want to call it.”
The technology could be incorporated into golf balls as soon as the next year.
It also could be tested in a future prototype.
“You can do a lot of different things with this technology,” said Bremer.
“I think we’ll see more of these types of things in the future.
It’s a very exciting time to be working on the field of micro-electronics.”
The research was funded by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, and by the National Science Foundation.