Sweaty Bots

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JSK Lab/University of Tokyo

New robots designed by the University of Tokyo don't just look humanoid—they're built to move like people do, right down to the joint level. To keep from overheating during exercise, these machines "sweat," releasing droplets of deionized water through small holes in their aluminum frames.

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3 responses to “Sweaty Bots

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