Origami robots now come with their own tiny exoskeletons
You've probably seen origami “robots” before: flat sheets of metal or plastic that fold into bots that can walk, climb, and even swim. They're not of much practical use right now, but they represent a promising path for robot development. (We've even ...
MIT CSAIL's origami-bot wears foldable exosuits
Origami outfits help these bots change tasks swiftly
Shape-shifting origami robot swaps bodies to roll, swim or walk
miércoles, 27 de septiembre de 2017
Origami robots now come with their own tiny exoskeletons - The Verge
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