Adding Soft to Robotics

Adding Soft to Robotics

Elliot Hawkes’s research focuses on bringing together design, mechanics, and non-traditional materials to advance the vision of robust, adaptable, human-safe robots that can thrive in the uncertain, unstructured world. He shows two projects; gecko-inspired adhesives to make a climbing robot and vine-inspired robots to navigate in cluttered environments. Recorded on 07/24/2019. [11/2019] [Show ID: 35267]

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