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Tiny flying/swimming robot blasts its way out of the water

The latest version of Robee, sporting its gas collection chamber and outriggers

Back in 2013, Harvard's diminutive RoboBee became the world's first insect-sized winged robot to demonstrate controlled flight. A couple of years later, it gained the ability to dive underwater and swim by flapping its wings. The problem was, it couldn't get back out of the water. Well, thanks to a "spark" of innovation, now it can.

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Category: Robotics

Tags:
  • Biomimicry
  • Harvard
  • MAV
  • Swimming
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