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World's Strangest Inventions - Geckskin

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Demonstration of Geckskin, a gecko inspired adhesive which can adhere to a wide range of surfaces, can support high loads, and can be used repeatedly. When the surface of the pad becomes dirty, it can easily be cleaned by just washing with soap and water. To see more about Geckskin, go to 🤍

Geckskin Hangs 250 lbs

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Geckskin Kickstarter Video

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Felsuma Video from 2018 Kickstarter Campaign

Geckskin® Griploop™ Instructional Video

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How to use the Griploop mechanical adhesive

The Stickiest *Non-Sticky* Substance

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Adhesives based on gecko skin can hold huge weights – without sticking to anything. Head to 🤍 to start your free trial. The first 200 of you will get 20% off Brilliant’s annual premium subscription. ▀▀▀ Thanks to Dr. Mark Cutkosky, Tony Chen, Amar Hajj-Ahmad, and the rest of the Biomimetics and Dexterous Manipulation Lab at Stanford University for showing us the power of gecko adhesives. ▀▀▀ References: Russell, A. P., Stark, A. Y., & Higham, T. E. (2019). The integrative biology of gecko adhesion: historical review, current understanding, and grand challenges. Integrative and comparative biology, 59(1), 101-116. – 🤍 Hajj-Ahmad, A., Suresh, S. A., and Cutkosky, M. R. (June 6, 2021). "Cutting to the Point: Directly Machined Metal Molds for Directional Gecko-Inspired Adhesives." ASME. J. Micro Nano-Manuf. doi: 🤍 Kerst, Capella F., "Gecko inspired adhesives : permanent practical manufacturing, new materials, and applications," PhD Thesis, Stanford Universisty, December 2020. Suresh, S.A. "Engineering Gecko-Inspired Adhesives." Ph.D. thesis, Stanford University, 2020. [Online]. Available: 🤍 Suresh, S.A., Kerst, C.F., Cutkosky, M.R., Hawkes, E.W. "Spatially variant microstructured adhesive with one-way friction." Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 2019. doi: 10.1098/rsif.2018.0705 Glick, P., Suresh, S.A., Ruffatto III, D., Cutkosky, M.R., Tolley, M.T., and Parness, A. "A soft robotic gripper with gecko-inspired adhesive." Robotics and Automation Letters. 2018. doi:10.1109/LRA.2018.2792688. Christensen, D.L., Hawkes, E.W., Suresh, S.A., Ladenheim, K. and Cutkosky, M.R., "µTugs: Enabling Microrobots to Deliver Macro Forces with Controllable Adhesives," IEEE/ICRA 2015 (preprint). Hawkes, E. W., "Applying Dry Adhesives to the Real World," Ph.D. thesis, Stanford University, 2015. ▀▀▀ Special thanks to our Patreon supporters: Meg Noah, Bernard McGee, James Sanger, Elliot Miller, Brian Busbee, Jerome Barakos M.D., Amadeo Bee, TTST, Balkrishna Heroor, Chris LaClair, John H. Austin Jr., Eric Sexton, John Kiehl, Anton Ragin, Diffbot, Gnare, Dave Kircher, Burt Humburg, Blake Byers, Evgeny Skvortsov, Meekay, Bill Linder, Paul Peijzel, Josh Hibschman, Mac Malkawi, Mike Schneider, John Bauer, Jim Buckmaster, Juan Benet, Sunil Nagaraj, Richard Sundvall, Lee Redden, Stephen Wilcox, Marinus Kuivenhoven, Michael Krugman, Cy 'kkm' K'Nelson, Sam Lutfi ▀▀▀ Written by Derek Muller & Petr Lebedev Edited by Trenton Oliver Animation by Ivy Tello Filmed by Derek Muller, Raquel Nuno & Albert Leung Additional video/photos supplied by Pond5 & Getty Images Music from Epidemic Sound Exec. Produced by Derek Muller, Petr Lebedev, and Emily Zhang

Think like GeckSkin: Professor Alfred J. Crosby at TEDxUMassAmherst 2014

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Can you imagine scaling a wall using nothing but your bare hands? This seemingly impossible feat may soon become a reality. College of Natural Sciences at UMass Amherst professor and Polymer Scientist, Al Crosby, is working on the development of GeckSkin a highly scientific fabric based off of the anatomical properties of the gecko. Geckskin can hold up to 700 pounds, which may eventually spell the extinction of the old hammer and nail. Crosby's research was originally funded by DARPA, the research arm of the Pentagon. This disruptive and transformative innovation is rapidly changing the world of polymer research Recorded at TEDxUMassAmherst 2014 on April 27, 2014 in Mahar Auditorium at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. 🤍TEDxUMassAmherst.org Opening and closing music: Light - CRISTALLIN - a "The Brio Life" Artist In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

GECKSKIN technology

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Introduction to GECKSKIN technology

Geckskin on Everything

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Demonstration of Geckskin, a gecko inspired adhesive which can adhere to a wide range of surfaces, can support high loads, and can be used repeatedly. When the surface of the pad becomes dirty, it can easily be cleaned by just washing with soap and water. To see more about Geckskin, go to 🤍

Military Spider-Man device

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Engineers at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) have finished an advanced prototype of a device called Z-Man. Inspired by the gecko's ability to stick to surfaces, Z-Man will allow soldiers to scale walls quickly — like a real-life Spider-Man. Produced by Zach Wasser and Corey Protin. Reporting by Paul Szoldra. Video courtesy of DARPA. Read more: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TUMBLR: 🤍

Geckskin Tile Concept

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Demonstration of Geckskin grip and peel technology used in an tile backsplash application. Using Geckskin technology you can create reusable and changeable tile patterns without traditional glues or magnetics. 🤍 Available today from Chemical Concepts, Inc.

Can You Climb Walls With Nano-Tape?

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Start playing Hunting clash for free on your iOS/Android device 🤍 . Use my promo code HUNTWITHACTIONLAB to get an awesome starter pack for a total value of $15 (available for new players only) I try out gecko tape (AKA nano tape, alien tape etc.) to see if it can be used to climb walls like a Gecko. Get Your Experiment Box Here: 🤍 Checkout my experiment book: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Snap: 🤍 Tik Tok: 🤍

Building with Adhesion: Pressure Sensitive Adhesion and the Geckskin™ Technology

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Lecture for Building & Construction Technology at UMass Amherst, given by Alfred J. Crosby, Professor Polymer Science & Engineering, UMass Amherst. Adhesives are used widely in building construction and are prone to play an increasingly important role in future construction processes and structures as new materials and new standards are established. In this presentation, Crosby provides a brief review of the basic structure and properties of pressure sensitive adhesives, as well as an introduction to the Geckskin™ technology, which can sustain large forces, permit easy release, and be reused without loss in performance. Dr. Crosby is a Professor in the Polymer Science & Engineering Department here at UMass and a Fellow of National Academy of Inventors. Among the many awards that Dr. Crosby has received are:the National Science Foundation Career Award, the College of Natural Sciences Outstanding Research Award, and most recently, he is a member of a team receiving a $1 million grant from the France-based Human Frontier Science Program. Dr. Crosby’s research has been covered extensively in the popular media, including Discovery Channel, Popular Science, CNET, NPR, and CNN Money, which named the Geckskin™project one of the Top 5 Science Breakthroughs of 2012. His research interests include mechanics of hierarchical structures; polymer adhesion; biomimetic materials design; responsive surfaces and materials; elastic instabilities in polymer networks; deformation and fracture of thin films; polymer patterning; nanoparticle-polymer assemblies, and nanocomposites.

Geckskin® Griphook™ Instructional Video

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Instructional video for the GRIPHOOK™ device

Where's Your GECKSKIN® Hanging?

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Demo of the GRIPTILE™ made with GECKSKIN®.

Geckskin Griphook - The Removable, Reusable, Non-damaging Hook!

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The Geckskin® Griphook is a removable, reusable, non-damaging hook. The Geckskin® Griphook is easily used to increase storage options on flat surfaces. Use the Griphook to hang keys, coats, hats, masks, lanyards, helmets, cables, umbrellas, and more! When you want to remove the Griphook, simply pull the ToePad peeler and pull diagonally across the device. Be careful not to pull straight out as this could damage the Griphook’s adhesive backing. To re-use the Griphook you can press it back on to any hard and smooth clean surface. When re-applying, remember to press the device thoroughly to ensure adequate adhesion to the surface. The revolutionary new Geckskin® mechanical adhesive system changes that dynamic with a mathematical solution that allows developers to balance forces for optimal performance rather than solely concentrate on “sticking”. This reusable, non-damaging way to grip and peel opens the door to a new wave of high-performance applications. Inspired by the gecko’s gravity-defying mobility, biological and polymer scientists at the University of Massachusetts applied the underlying mathematical principles at work in the gecko’s unique tendon structure to launch a new frontier in adhesive technology that moves the science beyond single use, hazardous materials. Geckskin® utilizes this unique "grip and peel" technology to create consumer products that are removable, reusable and will not damage your walls and surfaces. Available today from Chemical Concepts, Inc. 🤍

Geckskin Technology®

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How a gecko hangs.

Gecko 'Geckskin' Juggernaut Super Glue

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The inventors say Geckskin offers a "tantalizing possibility" to be used to attach and detach heavy duty items, such as TVs, computers and other large items used in the home or business. Geckskin developers say this is a unique product not been achieved to date.

Geckskin Griphook - The Removable, Reusable, Non-damaging Hook!

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The Geckskin® Griphook is a removable, reusable, non-damaging hook. The Geckskin® Griphook is easily used to increase storage options on flat surfaces. Use the Griphook to hang keys, coats, hats, masks, lanyards, helmets, cables, umbrellas, and more! When you want to remove the Griphook, simply pull the ToePad peeler and pull diagonally across the device. Be careful not to pull straight out as this could damage the Griphook’s adhesive backing. To re-use the Griphook you can press it back on to any hard and smooth clean surface. When re-applying, remember to press the device thoroughly to ensure adequate adhesion to the surface. The revolutionary new Geckskin® mechanical adhesive system changes that dynamic with a mathematical solution that allows developers to balance forces for optimal performance rather than solely concentrate on “sticking”. This reusable, non-damaging way to grip and peel opens the door to a new wave of high-performance applications. Inspired by the gecko’s gravity-defying mobility, biological and polymer scientists at the University of Massachusetts applied the underlying mathematical principles at work in the gecko’s unique tendon structure to launch a new frontier in adhesive technology that moves the science beyond single use, hazardous materials. Geckskin® utilizes this unique "grip and peel" technology to create consumer products that are removable, reusable and will not damage your walls and surfaces. Available today from Chemical Concepts, Inc. 🤍

Geckskin Griphook - The Removable, Reusable, Non-damaging Hook!

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The Geckskin® Griphook is a removable, reusable, non-damaging hook. The Geckskin® Griphook is easily used to increase storage options on flat surfaces. Use the Griphook to hang keys, coats, hats, masks, lanyards, helmets, cables, umbrellas, and more! When you want to remove the Griphook, simply pull the ToePad peeler and pull diagonally across the device. Be careful not to pull straight out as this could damage the Griphook’s adhesive backing. To re-use the Griphook you can press it back on to any hard and smooth clean surface. When re-applying, remember to press the device thoroughly to ensure adequate adhesion to the surface. The revolutionary new Geckskin® mechanical adhesive system changes that dynamic with a mathematical solution that allows developers to balance forces for optimal performance rather than solely concentrate on “sticking”. This reusable, non-damaging way to grip and peel opens the door to a new wave of high-performance applications. Inspired by the gecko’s gravity-defying mobility, biological and polymer scientists at the University of Massachusetts applied the underlying mathematical principles at work in the gecko’s unique tendon structure to launch a new frontier in adhesive technology that moves the science beyond single use, hazardous materials. Geckskin® utilizes this unique "grip and peel" technology to create consumer products that are removable, reusable and will not damage your walls and surfaces. Available today from Chemical Concepts, Inc. 🤍

Geckskin® Griptile™ device

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03.09.2019

Instructional video for the Griptile™

geckskin unboxing and test geckotape

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where I bought it from: 🤍 the thought emporiums video on making gecko tape: 🤍 applied science's video on him making gecko tape: 🤍 this is a video of the geckskin company: 🤍

Geckskin Griphook -The Removable, Reusable, Non-damaging Hook!

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The Geckskin® Griphook is a removable, reusable, non-damaging hook. The Geckskin® Griphook is easily used to increase storage options on flat surfaces. Use the Griphook to hang keys, coats, hats, masks, lanyards, helmets, cables, umbrellas, and more! When you want to remove the Griphook, simply pull the ToePad peeler and pull diagonally across the device. Be careful not to pull straight out as this could damage the Griphook’s adhesive backing. To re-use the Griphook you can press it back on to any hard and smooth clean surface. When re-applying, remember to press the device thoroughly to ensure adequate adhesion to the surface. The revolutionary new Geckskin® mechanical adhesive system changes that dynamic with a mathematical solution that allows developers to balance forces for optimal performance rather than solely concentrate on “sticking”. This reusable, non-damaging way to grip and peel opens the door to a new wave of high-performance applications. Inspired by the gecko’s gravity-defying mobility, biological and polymer scientists at the University of Massachusetts applied the underlying mathematical principles at work in the gecko’s unique tendon structure to launch a new frontier in adhesive technology that moves the science beyond single use, hazardous materials. Geckskin® utilizes this unique "grip and peel" technology to create consumer products that are removable, reusable and will not damage your walls and surfaces. 🤍 Available from Chemical Concepts today.

Geckskin® Gripseal™ sealant

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03.09.2019

Instructional video for the Gripseal™

GECKSKIN® High Bandwidth

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Geckskin Q&A!

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To learn more about Geckskin, go to 🤍

Geckskin holds a 42-inch screen TV on glass

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Geckskin is used to hang a 42-inch screen TV on a glass sheet. This demonstrates the remarkable holding capacity and easy release of this material

Geckskin on Everything HD

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this is the original geckskin on everything video!

Geckskin® Griptile C™ 02

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The Griptile C™ Arts & Crafts Sheet We can make them in all sizes

ASK THE EXPERT: THINK LIKE GECKSKIN®: BIOINSPIRED MATERIALS SCIENCE WITH ALFRED J. CROSBY

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Alfred Crosby, professor in the Polymer Science and Engineering Department at University of Massachusetts Amherst, will describe examples of how his research group takes inspiration from nature to help guide the design of new materials. He will highlight the development of the Geckskin® technology, a super-adhesive that was invented in their laboratory, as well as other recent examples inspired by mantis shrimp, trap-jaw ants, and the Venus flytrap plant.

Geckskin® Griptile P™ device

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Instructional video for the Griptile P™

Want to be Spider-Man? Gecko Gloves will let you scale walls|HD|

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tanford University students create 'Gecko Gloves' that can be used to climb glass walls. The current version of the gloves can support about 90 kilograms of weight.

GECKSKIN®

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Geckskin® Griptile TS™ device

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Instructional video for the Griptile TS™

Geckskin® Griptile C™ 01

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The Griptile C™ arts & crafts sheet. Paint on it and put it anywhere in your classroom, home, office and move it where and when you need, over and over

Geckskin Dry Erase Tile protos

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Dry Erase board pieced together with tiles rather than a roll

I figured out how Spider-Man sticks to walls

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