Folding ‘exoskeleton’ could get cell-sized robots moving – Futurity

 

Researchers have created a robot “exoskeleton” that can rapidly change its shape by sensing shifts in its environment.

The researchers say these microscale machines—equipped with electronic, photonic, and chemical payloads—could become a powerful platform for robotics at the size scale of biological microorganisms.

Source: Folding ‘exoskeleton’ could get cell-sized robots moving – Futurity

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