When baby products meet high-end robotics
Henry Thorne once programmed hulking robots to weld the frames of Buick Regals, Pontiac Grand Prixs and Chevy Cutlass Supremes on a General Motors assembly line. He was one of the key brains behind a six-mile, spark-throwing spectacle that became a symbol of Detroit automation. Today, Thorne, 53, designs robots for much smaller vehicles that carry much cuter cargo. He's the engineering brains behind the Origami, the world's only power-folding stroller.
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