MIT Project Could Enable Us To 3D Print Customized Robots In 24 Hours
Researchers are aiming to develop technology that could transform robotic design and production.
MIT is leading a new five-year project to reinvent how robots are produced and designed, funded by a $10 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The project, entitled “An Expedition in Computing for Compiling Printable Programmable Machines,” aims to develop technology that would enable people to design, customize and print a robot in 24 hours. The leader of the project, Professor Daniela Rus, said:
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