MIT's 'RoboRaise' helps you lift things by studying your muscles
MIT uses brain signals and hand gestures to control robots
The machine adapts to the user, not the other way around.
Origami-like soft robot can lift 1000 times its weight
It’s the equivalent of a duck lifting a car.
ICYMI: Submersible sticky situations and elongating elastomer electrodes
Plus, a watermelon at 20,000 volts.
MIT builds low-cost synthetic muscles out of nylon cord
It could lead to Blade Runner-style robots.
Researchers create skeleton robot with human-like muscles
The strands of muscles work just like the real thing.
Watch tissue-based robots move in response to light
In case regular robots aren't freaky enough for you.
Stretchable nanowire mesh heats your sore muscles
Don't like having to apply clunky heating pads every time you want to to deal with chronic muscle...
Not all exoskeletons need motors to boost your strength
Robotic exoskeletons have their place, but not everyone needs to curl cinder blocks. You may just...