A tiny origami robot researched by MIT’s it’s can fold itself when sheet gonna heated and robots controlled itself by magnetic fields.

It’s can fold itself when sheet gonna heat and measures about a centimetre a long the robot can swim,climb, and run it can also carry a load twice its weight. The best part is it’s controlled by external magnetic fields. A magnet on the robot’s back.

Reseachers mainly use this for create an injectable robot so it’s can inject in body for a desired part may be use in operations and after use you can decompose it. Mainly use is for medical fields like i say above it will carry drugs to desired parts.

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