US Engineers invented a hydrogen powered robot that moves throughout water like a jellyfish. The robot is motorized by heat-producing chemical reactions between the oxygen and hydrogen in water and the platinum on its outside. A jellyfish moves using spherical muscles in the inside of its umbrella-like signal.
At present, the jellyfish flexes its eight bell segments at the same time however there are plans to look at how to control all segment independently. According to Mr. Tadesse, the lead author of the study to our information, this is the primary successful powering of an underwater robot using exterior hydrogen as a fuel basis.