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Snake-like robot cyclops laid eyes on you
Snake-like robot cyclops laid eyes on you March 10, 2013
Typically, serpentine robots one kind inspire genuine fear. But tiny mechanical snake , developed by CMU Biorobotics, is quite different. Her movements are fluid and graceful, and when she reviewed his one eye, it seems as if hypnotized.
The individual was exactly mimics the behavior of his fellow living flake. A mechanical snake can turn my head in any direction while climbing trees. Writhing body, and the head remains immovable.
Such automatic devices are designed primarily for search and rescue operations. But if you want they can be used for entertainment .
Snake cyclops on video:
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