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so ummmm . . . where ya gettin the neurons from?(dont forget to post pics of it when you get the neuron stuff working!)
that is how i see it. i think so many people confuse their hobby with something done to make a profit.kenny
and other people use the thaught of making money as an excuse for their hobbies... it couldent be me though... lol
I agree with sharbotic.To 'invent' something, and to make it marketable, are two very different things. The latter is much much harder and requires tons more work.To be honest, the inventing part is just so much more fun. Plus, the completed neuron robot could make a good resume addition for his next job - making him an indirect profit
if i throw this out there, perhaps somebody will take it to the next level, and they will throw it out there, and it goes on and on.
What legal hurdles did you guys need to go through to work with these neurons?
well, the humane society does not consider mice to be animals, so i have ran into no hurdles. i am as humane as possible, using anasthesia and what not.