Mark Rober, a former NASA engineer and now Apple engineer, recently designed a “ninja warrior” outfit that prevents squirrels from eating food, looking cool, according tomedia reports.
Rober’s “Squirrel-Proof” experiment:
Rober and his device.
The reason is this, When Rober was feeding the birds, he found that the squirrels had been stealing their food and wanted to prevent a similar situation from happening again. But after testing several “squirrel-proof” bird feeders, none of them will work completely.
But that didn’t stop Rober. To create a bird feeder that can be a true squirrel-proof, he has gone to great lengths to add equipment such as mazes, rope bridges and slingshots to his plans, and if the squirrels can still complete the challenge, they will eat a pile of walnuts. Can be a foot high, a high, squirrel or found a way to crack. It also wowed Rober.
We can also see from the video that the device uses a lot of physics knowledge, and Rober does do the best in the case of “hands-on”. All say that the human imagination is infinite, but don’t underestimate the intelligence and flexibility of small animals!