Robot picks up wide range of objects that are as much as 100 times its weight
CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES (MARCH 14, 2019) (MIT CSAIL) – The U.S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (MIT CSAIL) released a video of a robot with a cone-shaped origami structured gripper on Thursday (March 14) in Cambridge.
The robot is able to pick up different kind of objects, including hammers and drones, as well as a single broccoli floret, which means it can handle both heavy and light items.
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