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A microscopic organism swimming in water is similar to a person attempting a backstroke in a tar pit. Scientists still do not have a clear understanding of how this happens. Brown University students and faculty have constructed a self-propelled robotic...
The fully integrated sensor prototype enriches robot hand capabilities, is immune to magnetic stray fields and prevents measurement errors To improve robots’ ability to interact with fragile or diverse objects here's presenting the Tactaxis, a fully integrated tactile sensor that...
It has electromagnets lined at the edges of each cube that attract or repel each other to reconfigure into different shapes and sizes Robots have been a key part of popular sci-fi movies, offering a glimpse into the future as...
Offering ease in material handling and assembly, the gripper can handle a wide range of sizes, weights and parts with odd-shaped geometries Standard magnetic grippers only provide simple ON/OFF functionality. To adjust the applied force, users have to often add...
In today’s world, robots are used to perform several types of tasks that were earlier performed by humans. Because batteries are the power source of robots, it is important not to take them for granted and regularly monitor and...
Robots can perform any task without getting tired, which makes them suitable for helping medical staff, governments and people all over the world to fight the ongoing pandemic Robots have time and again assisted humans in disaster relief missions across...
Although suitable to some extent, batteries required to operate robots have certain flaws. A unique electrolysis involving metal and air can overcome that. Automated machines or robots have several advantages: they are robust, can do monotonous tasks, are more efficient...
By employing a centrifugal force-based zero pressure difference (ZPD) method, researchers have designed a new suction unit that ensures that the vacuum pressure never gets reduced - even on rough surfaces. Since their inception in 1650, the present-day vacuum pumps...
Inspired by the flight mechanism of birds, this lightweight aerial invention can be swift and agile while navigating through the skies For thousands of years, birds have been a fascination to humankind; creating an inspiration to touch the skies. In...
The robot's flexibility allows it to navigate through narrow spaces, while its sturdiness is powerful enough to lift haeavy loads with ease. The gradual rise of automation in today’s factories and warehouses has resulted in robots performing difficult tasks in...
 
 

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