HAMR micro-robot now walks on or under the water

If you're a fan of insect-inspired robots, then you probably like creations such as RoboBee, VelociRoACH, and Harvard University's HAMR. Should the latter's scurrying around not be enough for you, though, it can now move across the water, sinking itself and walking beneath the surface on command... Continue Reading HAMR micro-robot now walks on or under the water Category: Robotics Tags: Biomimicry Harvard Insect Quadruped Underwater Related Articles: Mini quadruped robot may bound its way into your heart Anymal quadruped robot can now use an elevator Boston Dynamics introduces smaller, more kickable robot Harvard's insect-sized HAMR robots bug out IIT's HyQ quadruped robot gets better reflexes Toshiba unveils four-legged nu

HAMR micro-robot now walks on or under the water

If you're a fan of insect-inspired robots, then you probably like creations such as RoboBee, VelociRoACH, and Harvard University's HAMR. Should the latter's scurrying around not be enough ...

Tue 3 Jul 18 from Gizmag

Next-generation cockroach bot walks on water, swims

This bug-sized robot is at home on land, underwater, and skating on the surface tension in between.

Tue 3 Jul 18 from Cosmos Magazine

Next-generation robotic cockroach can explore under water environments

In nature, cockroaches can survive underwater for up to 30 minutes. Now, a robotic cockroach can do even better. Harvard's Ambulatory Microrobot, known as HAMR, can walk on land, swim on the ...

Mon 2 Jul 18 from TechXplore

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Next-generation robotic cockroach can explore under water environments, Mon 2 Jul 18 from ScienceDaily

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Harvard's tiny robot can swim and walk underwater

Harvard is developing a knack for tiny amphibious robots. Its researchers have upgraded the Harvard Ambulatory Microbot (HAMR) with the ability to swim and walk underwater, in addition ...

Thu 5 Jul 18 from Engadget

Tiny, new-generation robot can walk on land, water, or swim while being downright adorable

This cutesy bot hides a lot of potential.

Tue 3 Jul 18 from ZME Science

Robotic cockroach walks on and beneath water

Engineers at Harvard University have developed a robotic cockroach that walks on land and also mimics the behaviour of aquatic insects like diving beetles to walk on – and beneath –  ...

Wed 4 Jul 18 from The Engineer

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