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Shape-Shifting Robot Uses Magnetic Swarm

Shape-Shifting Robot Uses Magnetic Swarm
Swarms of robots that use electromagnetic forces to cling together and assume different shapes are being developed by US researchers. The objective is to create swarms of microscopic robots capable of morphing into virtually any form.


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Posted by nova on December 9, 2009
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