Robot Safari EU

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Science Museum

Until Sun Dec 1 2013

  • Free
  • Bat-Bot

    © Centre for Automatic and Robotics of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

    Bat Bot uses extremely light artificial muscles to move. Its wings change shape during flight to efficiently manoeuvre. This is Bat Bot's first UK apperance.

    Bat-Bot
  • Cheetah-cub

    © IOROB-Laboratory, EPFL, Switzerland

    Lightweight, compact and self-stabilising, the robot mimics a cat’s legs and can walk, trot, bound and gallop, making it well suited to exploring rough terrains.

    Cheetah-cub
  • Jessiko

    © Robotswim SARL, France

    A luminous robotic fish. In a shoal it shows how robots can work together and may be useful for studying the behaviour of real fish. This is Jessiko's first UK apperance

    Jessiko
  • DodecaRob

    © niversity Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania

    A dodecahedral 12-legged robot, which mimics the way tumbleweed moves when blown by the wind

    DodecaRob

Bat-Bot

© Centre for Automatic and Robotics of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

Bat Bot uses extremely light artificial muscles to move. Its wings change shape during flight to efficiently manoeuvre. This is Bat Bot's first UK apperance.

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