Blob Motility Makes Breakthrough In Metamorphic Materials

Blob Motility Makes Breakthrough In Metamorphic Materials

Using robotics and material technology, Japanese researchers at Keio University create a programmable material.

Plus Aziz
  • 9 november 2010

Rearchers led by Akira Wakita at Keio University, a lab in Japan dedicated to metamorphic structures, have created a unique material that shapes itself according to a program. To clarify the vision of the lab, their website mentions:

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