MIT researchers propose self-assembling robots as future of construction
Picture this: self-assembling blocks that, when given a task, have the ability to reorganize themselves into new geometries. This is precisely what research scientist, John Romanishin, at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory has long envisioned for a near future — robotic modules known as M-Blocks. Romanishin has teamed a professor and colleague to prototype robotic cubes with no external moving parts, able to climb over, around and even leap onto each other.
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