16 Results for 'Origami'
Video/AnimationOrigami OrgansA multidisciplinary team of scientists, engineers, and architectural designers are developing Origami Organs that could function like artificial kidneys. Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University
Video/AnimationHAMR-E: Inverted and Vertical Climbing MicrorobotHAMR-E, created in collaboration with Rolls-Royce, is a micro-robot that uses electroadhesion to scale vertical, inverted, and curved surfaces, allowing it to explore spaces that are too small for humans. HAMR-E could one day be used to inspect jet engines and other complicated machines without requiring them to be taken apart. Credit: Wyss Institute at...
Video/AnimationRAD Sampler: Device for investigating delicate marine organismsLike an underwater pokéball, this origami-inspired sampling device folds up into a container for capturing delicate marine organisms. Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University
Video/AnimationOrigami-Inspired Artificial MusclesArtificial muscles could make soft robots safer and stronger. Researchers at the Wyss Institute, Harvard SEAS, and MIT CSAIL have developed a novel design approach for origami-inspired artificial muscles, capable of lifting 1000x its own weight. The muscles are made of a compressible skeleton and air or fluid medium encased in a flexible skin, and...
Video/AnimationBattery-Free Folding RobotsWireless, battery-free folding robots are powered by electromagnetic fields, enabling them to move without bulky batteries. Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University