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MIT project : Miniature Origami Robot Self-folds, Walks, Swims, and Degrades

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robot-1.  Scientists at MIT have pulled up a very tiny curtain on their newest invention: a 1.7cm square robot capable of assembling itself like a piece of origami.

Miniature origami robot drone self-folds, walks, swims, and degrades ( video)


Mini Origami Robot That Self-Folds, Walks, Swims, Digs, Carries Loads, Climbs And Dissolves Into Nothing

it has been said the origami robots will defiantly be helpful in the medical field because they can decently go in and come out of the human body with out any harm.



「the first robot」は、ロボット三原則第一条「ロボットは人間に危害を加えてはならない」を破る最初のロボット。人工知能開発における倫理問題に対する懸念を表明する。

「the first robot」は、ロボット三原則第一条「ロボットは人間に危害を加えてはならない」を破る最初のロボット。人工知能開発における倫理問題に対する懸念を表明する。

self-folding sheets

Robotics meet origami in self-folding sheets

the origami robots are current job is learning how to adapt to the human body, dissolve, walk , and move in the humans body properly, to fully full fill its job