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Tiny Origami Robot Climbs, Swims

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Researchers from MIT and TU Munich recently presented their miniature origami robots at the ICRA 2015 conference in Seattle. The bug-sized polystyrene bots are powered by a small internal magnet and can self-fold, walk, swim, climb, and move objects. Don't worry though about swarms of these tiny robots taking over the planet... they can easily be dissolved by acetone.Check out the video here.

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