Popcorn robotics: Cornell team explored heated kernels

You are what you eat. Or, in the case of these robots, what human scientists eat. Engineers at Cornell University are using popcorn kernels to animate androids. “The field of robotics has embraced […] The post Popcorn-Driven Robots Are Cool, But Not Sustainable appeared first on Geek.com.

Popcorn robotics: Cornell team explored heated kernels

From Cornell University, you now have popcorn -driven robotic actuators to think about. Take it with a grain of, well, common sense. As IEEE Spectrum 's subhead said, "Popcorn is a cheap, biodegradable ...

Fri 13 Jul 18 from TechXplore

Popcorn-Driven Robotic Actuators

Popcorn is a cheap, biodegradable way to actuate a robot (once)

Thu 5 Jul 18 from IEEE Spectrum

Popcorn-Driven Robots Are Cool, But Not Sustainable

You are what you eat. Or, in the case of these robots, what human scientists eat. Engineers at Cornell University are using popcorn kernels to animate androids. “The field of robotics ...

Thu 12 Jul 18 from Geek.com

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