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FoamBot Builds Baby Bots for Any Occasion

October 25, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

FoamBot is an experimental robot from UPenn’s ModLab. It’s a robot that carries around a set of versatile modules as well as a cannon that fires sticky foam. When needed, it can arrange the modules on the ground, connect them with foam and create a whole new robot. “The whole point is that a single FoamBot can handle many, many different tasks,” said research associate Shai Revzen.

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