Nature reinvents itself by repetition. So does Kleysydra
Nature favours simplicity as an optimal representation of its power. The ideal forms of geometry offer effective solutions to morphological problems. For example, a spiral that is repeated in molluscs, horns of mammals and flower seeds is the most efficient way of grouping, maintaining the same form in different life forms. Natural forms are not capricious, they also seek efficiency. The evolutionary strategies favoured by the species have been based on the adoption or preference of some functional forms: certain forms are more effective than others for some functions.
Nature is comparable with technology. Certain successful models can be applied in different branches of knowledge. Klepsydra takes its model in the High Frequency trading, the software used by banks to make robust software with which to carry out millions of transactions in real time. The technology is transferred to engineering and is repeated in sectors such as agriculture, robotics, industry, artificial intelligence, just to name a few of them.