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Submission + - MIT developing a robotic "Swiss Army knife" that changes shape to suit the job (gizmag.com)

cylonlover writes: An MIT team is developing a robot that has the potential to become possibly the most versatile machine ever. Referred to by the team as the "robotic equivalent of a Swiss Army knife,” the milli-motein robot is made up of a chain of tiny modules each containing a new type of motor that can be used to form the chain into various shapes. This shape-changing capability could lead to the creation of robots that dynamically change their form to suit the task at hand.
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MIT developing a robotic "Swiss Army knife" that changes shape to suit the job

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