Robotic Bees That Fold Like Origami May Change The Face Of Manufacturing
Harvard University engineers have developed a technique for quickly fabricating and assembling tiny and complex devices.
Harvard University engineers have created robotic bees that fold in using a technique inspired by pop-up books and origami. The Harvard Monolithic Bee (Mobee) is designed to be mass-produced by the sheet and can be assembled quickly and easily.
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