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MicroTugs pull many times their weight | Biomimetics and Dextrous Manipulation Lab, Stanford


curated by | March 15, 2016

“This work demonstrates a new type of small robot that can apply orders of magnitude more force than it weighs. This is in stark contrast to previous small robots that have become progressively better at moving and sensing, but lacked the ability to change the world through the application of human-scale loads.”



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