A German laboratory presents their most ambitious bioinspired robot yet.
This week we focus on the future, when the world is flooded, when fossil fuels are defunct and when robots do the heavy-lifting.
Industrial robots could one day use bionic elephant trunks to change lightbulbs or pick apples. Continue reading →
Meet Ninjabot, an ultrafast underwater robot modeled after a killer shrimp.
Autonomous crawlers mimic insect workers using sense and avoid commands.
This robust, autonomous system tumbles across barren landscapes to collect data on why fertile land turns into deserts. Continue reading →
The six-legged Abigaille climbing robot clings to surfaces using a gecko-inspired dry adhesive technology.
Although the human form is tricky to mimic, it's necessary as people and machines work more closely together.
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