Robot Origami: Self-folds, Walks, Swims, and Degrades


A team of MIT researchers have developed a printable origami robot that folds itself up from a flat sheet of plastic when heated and measures about a centimeter from front to back

Related Post

World’s Smallest Fidget Spinner Is Invisible To Th... Fidget spinners are one of 2017’s hottest toys, and even after many months, it’s still in high demand. It comes in different sizes, colors, and ev...
Windows 10: Changing the Apple vs. Microsoft Dynam... By Rob Enderle Aug 3, 2015 5:00 AM PT What I find most interesting about Windows 10 is that if Apple wanted to knock Microsoft off the deskt...
Zootopia’s Fur Technology The team comprising directors, engineers and animators spent about eight months studying animals. They went to San Diego's Safari Park, Disney's A...
Is this how we’ll get around in the future? Is this the future of urban mobility? Honda Uni-cub - Is this how we going to go about our business in the city of tomorrow? Behold the Uni Cu...
Top 7 Tech Breakthroughs Of 2017 Whatever else happened, some amazing medical breakthroughs were made this year. Futurism's mission is to empower our readers and drive the deve...
A Moment in Time: Time capsule found Back in the early stages of construction for MIT.nano, members of the crew stumbled upon something that clearly didn't belong: A time capsule buri...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *