The Amazing World of Soft Robotics
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Soft robotics is a growing field and it brings many impressive agile and capable machines. Indeed, not all robots are rigid. Some are malleable and soft, meaning they can achieve tasks and go to locations that rigid robots never could.
Soft robots can perform a variety of tasks such as picking up different objects using suction cups, swimming among real fish in coral reefs to monitor aquatic life without disturbing the fishes’ natural habitat, walking, and changing colors to blend in with their surroundings. They can mimic natural hand movements with a touch that is soft enough to handle fragile objects. There is even a robot that can bend, flex, expand and move depending on the amount of air in its chambers. It is this last robot that NASA hopes to send to space someday.
Have we piqued your curiosity yet? Are you excited about the many possibilities that soft robots offer? Do you want to see them live and in action? Are you curious about how they differ from hard robots and what their many advantages are? In our video, we tackle all these questions and more while bringing you real footage of soft robots in action.
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