Robot Arm Can Build Complex Sandcastles You Can't With a Bucket and Shovel
Aug 06, 2012 11:24
Think you can build a mean sandcastle? This robot arm will beat you at it. Created by architects Petr Novikov, Inder Shergill and Anna Kulik, the Stone Spray robot features a nozzle on the end of a highly articulated arm that sprays a mix of sand, water, and a binding agent to ensure that its creations can't be destroyed that easily when the tide rolls in.
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