Researchers at Georgia Tech have combined limbs that can move up and down with loose wheels for innovative gaits to help propel a NASA rover that could conduct exploration in the sandy hills of the moon or Mars.
Researchers develop sucker allowing robots to attach to fish, explore ocean
A newly developed suctioning device could help robots explore the depths of the ocean by attaching to sea creatures. According to the study published in Science Robotics, the adhesive disk — which was created using 3D printing, laser cutting and soft robotics — can lift almost 100 pounds and withstand pull-off forces more than 340…
NASA Reveals Robot Astronaut: Robonaut 2
NASA is turning to robotics to help their astronauts while in space. NASA scientists have developed a new dexterous humanoid robot which can work side by side with humans Robonaut2, or R2, is the next generation dexterous robot that uses the same tools as humans, allowing it to work safely along with people, a necessity […]