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Small, origami-inspired pop-up robots function autonomously
Date:8/7/2014

d more complex machines, such as hardening shells, locked-in joints and deployable barriers; and ultimately, this transformer technology will revolutionize the way we think about materials, moving them beyond their current static form, and revealing more functionality than what originally meets the eye."

The team, led by Cornell Universitys Itai Cohen, will present the research at the Sixth International Meeting on Origami in Science, Mathematics and Education, 10-13 August, in Tokyo, Japan.


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