NASA is developing 3D printed soft robots to explore the moon and other planets

Hampton VA (SPX) May 09, 2019 Into the Spiderverse's newest crew of villains include a brilliant scientist named Doctor Octopus who uses flexible robotic arms to commit her dastardly deeds. Her bionic arms can throw objects, aid her in moving quickly in fight scenes, and a host of other functions. While we can leave the evil geniuses to the movies, two genius interns are investigating soft robotics like the supervillain's in

NASA is developing 3D printed soft robots to explore the moon and other planets

Two NASA interns at the Langely laboratory in Virginia have created a plastic 'robot' with 3D printing technology using a mould and liquid silicon that has 'air bladders' that can be controlled.

Mon 13 May 19 from Daily Mail

NASA is developing 'soft robots' that look like inflatable 'aliens'

Think robots are all square corners and rigid metal parts?

Fri 10 May 19 from FOXNews

NASA Is Developing 'Soft Robots' That Look Like Inflatable 'Aliens', Thu 9 May 19 from Livescience

NASA Is Developing 'Soft Robots' to Help Explore Other Worlds

Think robots are all square corners and rigid parts? Think again. Two interns at NASA are part of a larger group working on "soft robots" that could be used for exploring worlds beyond Earth.

Wed 8 May 19 from SPACE.com

NASA Eyes Soft Robotics for ‘Dangerous, Dull’ Duties in Space

You don’t have to be a seasoned scientist to explore outer space. A pair of NASA interns are developing a series of soft robot actuators that could one day visit the Moon, Mars, […] The ...

Wed 8 May 19 from Geek.com

NASA eyes soft robots for dirty jobs on the moon and Mars - CNET

I shall call him Squishy.

Tue 7 May 19 from CNET Cutting Edge

Beyond the Metal: Investigating Soft Robots at NASA Langley

Hampton VA (SPX) May 09, 2019 Into the Spiderverse's newest crew of villains include a brilliant scientist named Doctor Octopus who uses flexible robotic arms to commit her dastardly deeds. ...

Mon 13 May 19 from SpaceDaily

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