Of the robot of the future are inspired by wrinkles that are formed on the passion fruit in the absence of water. These robots can change shape to grab very small objects such as screws, diamonds or beans.

This mechanism would allow robotic systems to adapt autonomously to thesurroundings as well as allowing them to grab and manipulate very small objects. The research, led by Fudan University Chinese, was published in the magazine Nature Computational Science.

The research group led by Fan Xu will describe a previously unknown way of forming these wrinkles that could be useful for creating silicon nano devices to put on your smartphone and computer. Inspired by this mechanism, they showed that it can be mimicked on silicone shells made in the lab and to build robots capable of adapting their way of grasping objects based on their characteristics.

The wrinkles can be caused by several factors, mainly the spontaneous symmetry breaking during growth and dehydration. Accurately and precisely predicting and controlling such structural changes can be paramount in technology, such as in nanodevice design.

Source: Lega Nerd

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