Jumping Out of the Cages With Soft Robots

Jumping Out of the Cages With Soft Robots

By Riccardo Mengacci    View In Digital Edition  

What if robots could imitate the ability of humans and animals of interacting with each other and living side-by-side without being scary-looking machines? If you — like me and many other roboticists — can imagine such a scenario, well, let me say that you will enjoy what I’m going to tell you! This scenario, indeed, in the last years, is becoming a reality with the introduction of a new generation of robots: soft robots.


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