All this time we were kind of more hoping for self-forming robotic forms of the liquid metal variety, but we're
still ready and willing to get down with catoms—claytronics atoms, or tiny nanobots that assemble shapes and forms on
demand. Think of it as super high-tech Play-Doh that automatically move and create whatever shape your
creative inclinations can dream up—just don't eat this stuff, ok? There's no telling where it's been shape-replicating
lately, or with whom.