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Robotics: Exotic Robots: Modular and fractal Robots

ROBOTICS: EXOTIC ROBOTS: MODULAR AND FRACTAL ROBOTS A robot is generally designed for one particular activity, or at best a few closely related activities. This of course isn’t the ideal situation as many jobs require a large number of very different activities. For example, building the walls of a house and installing plumbing and electricity […]

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Programmable matter – Wikipedia

PROGRAMMABLE MATTER – WIKIPEDIA Programmable matter is matter which has the ability to change its physical properties (shape, density, moduli, conductivity, optical properties, etc.) in a programmable fashion, based upon user input or autonomous sensing. Programmable matter is thus linked to the concept of a material which inherently has the ability to perform information processing. Read Full Wiki Entry

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Molecubes For Everyone

MOLECUBES FOR EVERYONE <div style=”float: right; margin-right: 22px;”> </div>At the Creative Machines Lab we build robots that do what you’d least expect robots to do: Self replicate, self-reflect, ask questions, and even be creative. We develop machines that can design and make other machines – automatically. Our work is inspired from biology, as we seek new […]

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Utility fog – Wikipedia

UTILITY FOG – WIKIPEDIA Utility fog (coined by Dr. John Storrs Hall in 1993[1]) is a hypothetical collection of tiny robots that can replicate a physical structure.[2][3][4][5] As such, it is a form of self-reconfiguring modular robotics… Read Full Wiki Entry

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Self-Reconfiguring Modular Robotics – Wikipedia

SELF-RECONFIGURING MODULAR ROBOTICS – WIKIPEDIA Modular self-reconfiguring robotic systems or self-reconfigurable modular robots are autonomous kinematic machines with variable morphology. Beyond conventional actuation, sensing and control typically found in fixed-morphology robots, self-reconfiguring robots are also able to deliberately change their own shape by rearranging the connectivity of their parts, in order to adapt to new circumstances, perform new tasks, or recover from damage… Read Full Wiki […]

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Robotics: Exotic Robots: Modular and fractal Robots

ROBOTICS: EXOTIC ROBOTS: MODULAR AND FRACTAL ROBOTS A robot is generally designed for one particular activity, or at best a few closely related activities. This of course isn’t the ideal situation as many jobs require a large number of very different activities. For example, building the walls of a house and installing plumbing and electricity […]

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Programmable matter – Wikipedia

PROGRAMMABLE MATTER – WIKIPEDIA Programmable matter is matter which has the ability to change its physical properties (shape, density, moduli, conductivity, optical properties, etc.) in a programmable fashion, based upon user input or autonomous sensing. Programmable matter is thus linked to the concept of a material which inherently has the ability to perform information processing. Read Full Wiki Entry

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Molecubes For Everyone

MOLECUBES FOR EVERYONE <div style=”float: right; margin-right: 22px;”> </div>At the Creative Machines Lab we build robots that do what you’d least expect robots to do: Self replicate, self-reflect, ask questions, and even be creative. We develop machines that can design and make other machines – automatically. Our work is inspired from biology, as we seek new […]

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Cube Revolutions

CUBE REVOLUTIONS Click here to visit IeaRobotics Wiki 

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