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Snake-bot crowls through narrow pipe and climbs pole
posted December 11 2010 21:44.37 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Here is an interesting robot that you don't see every day. Made from the CMU biorobotics lab, meet the snake bot, a modular tele-operated snake robot, with incredible capabilities. In this video, you will see a demo of this bot cowling through a narrow pipe, and then climbing a pole with ease! The built-in camera along with the bright LEDs offers real-time video feedback.

[Link: CMU]
Tags: robot   research   mechanical   inventions   

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