32-Legged Spherical Robot Moves Like an Amoeba

Now, robotics engineers at the University of Tokyo and Keio University in Japan have developed a 32-legged robot called “Mochibot.” The bot is spherical in shape but is actually based on a rhombic-triacontahedron framework.

32-Legged Spherical Robot Moves Like an Amoeba

Mochibot is out to prove that there's no such thing as too many legs

Wed 10 Oct 18 from IEEE Spectrum

Spherical robot with 32 legs could be used to explore planets or in disaster response missions 

A robot from Keio University and the University of Tokyo, was presented at IROS 2018 in Madrid, Spain that resembles a sphere and all 32 arms move independently.

Thu 11 Oct 18 from Daily Mail

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