The future is now! Researchers over at the Wyss Institute and the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, or SEAS have made public their most recent and impressive creation: autonomous robots that take simple orders to rearrange themselves into predetermined and highly complex shapes.
This study which introduces these amazing little robots was published in the August issue of Science. Kilobots are actually a swarm that is comprised of 1,024 robots. Each of the robots is quite small and only measures a few centimeters across; each of them has two motors inside which allow it to sl...
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