Inflatable Huggable Robots Are So Impressive They Could Replace Complex Mechanical Automatons [VIDEO]
Mar 26, 2014 10:26
You're looking at a soft, huggable robot. Inspired by a sea slug, it was made via 3D printing. Dubbed the "Glaucus", it is made from a single sealed piece of silicone with internal chambers that can inflate to distort its overall shape.
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