This microrobot is so small that it can move on a human hair

Miniaturization of this technology may be essential in the future.

Latest article, Published in Digital Media Science RoboticsShows us how Robotics Able to reach yet unexplored heights, creates Intelligence That is rarely the case An ant’s head. The Microorganisms As you can see in the attached picture, they are small in size. Between 100 and 250 micrometers. by, from Urban Techno We’ve already shown you others Small robots like a fly and can be intelligently controlled.

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Microbot, the latest batch of hairs and miniatures technology

The Robots Produced by researchers of Cornell University want brains Working electronics solar power And, in addition, they have a structure Autonomous movement, they are not necessarily externally controlled. In most cases, when researchers are faced with the challenge of making such small robots walk, jump or walk, they run into the problem of attaching them either physically or with lasers. Michael ReynoldsResearcher and Postgraduate Student, It says That:

Before, we had to actually manipulate these ‘threads’ to get any response from the robot. But now that we have these CMOS brains, it’s like pulling strings from puppets. It’s like when Pinocchio knew.

The the brain Above mentioned A CMOS circuitBut the progress of this research has focused not so much on the capabilities of the circuit itself, but on how the package is designed. Low power consumption. Each round, the microbot’s brain, is tall 15 micrometers and used to create Three types of robots: The Purcell botWith two legs, a Ant Pot Six legs and a Bot is a dog Four legs, capable of changing its speed.

The Impacts Capable of disposing of such small robots Communication and reception of information That’s really promising. Michael ReynoldsIn reports collected in Article published on the Cornell University website, ensures That:

We can imagine highly functional micro-robots with a high degree of programmability, integrating not only actuators but also sensors. We’re excited to have applications in medicine that can move between tissues that recognize good cells and kill bad cells, or environmental repair, break down pollutants, or sense and remove dangerous chemicals.

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