Shared February 26, 2019
Swarm robotics involve multiple robots cooperating. Researchers at Kirstin Petersen's Lab at Cornell are looking at soft robots as an affordable option. Grad Student Steven Ceron showed us some of the projects in the lab.
This video was filmed and edited by Sean Riley.
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