maybe to get real fishes on their sides and create a giant fishy army to take over the oceans and eat everyone who goes near the water.
you guys have no sense of focus . . . but yea, thats what its going to do . . .
Actually, its a basic science robot. Before you build an army of robot fish, you need to figure out the basic science behind it to understand how/why it works. And to learn what doesn't work.
As for images, you can find CAD images of it in the second paper I published.
Its not top secret, but I won't publish any videos on it till have I leave the job. I have a list of reasons I'm too lazy to go into . . .
And I guess you guys want an update on the robot fish . . . well, I finished constructing it yesterday actually. The electronics hasn't been waterproofed yet, nor all integrated, but all have been built and tested successfully. All the software has been finished too.
I just gave it to my coworker (controls guy) this morning so that he can program the fin control algorithms into it. After he finishes that, and we are happy with it, I'll waterproof it and throw it into my giant water tank. Probably won't have video of it in action till this summer . . .