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Submission + - Soft-Shell Robot Comes Complete With Cloaking Abilities (

heptapod writes: Harvard roboticists are close to mimicking cephalopod camouflage in a lab. This latest bit of bio-mimicry involves soft, silicone-based robots with a web of tiny channels flowing through their silicone skin. Going further, incorporating the muscle structure of cephalopods opens up an entirely new world of flexible, self-camouflaging robotics. More can be found at Harvard's website.
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Soft-Shell Robot Comes Complete With Cloaking Abilities

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