This Japanese Robot Is Using Artificial Muscles [Video]

It’s interesting to see that there is more than one type of robotics concept out there. The Suzumori Endo Lab (Tokyo Tech) from Japan has been working on a musculoskeletal robot drive by making use of multifilament muscles. Taking something from natural design and using it in a technological concept could be considered as modern biomimicry.


YouTube: Musculoskeletal Robot Driven by Multifilament Muscles

Photo credit: Suzumori Endo Lab, Tokyo Institute of Technology

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