MIT table tentacle robot capable of zero gravity

Spatial Flux is a pneumatically moving silicon tentacle robot developed by MIT Media Lab. In addition, it can operate in zero gravity.

This robot came from researching urban planning. If it is available in a zero-gravity environment, it is irrelevant wherever the floor or ceiling is. MIT Media Lab conducted a spatial flux test by creating zero gravity on the plane.

Spatial flux contains a circuit board and motor mounted board. Through this, control and data collection are performed. For more information, please click here .



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