How to make a robot in a matter of hours: The Dayton Science Museum
Posted On June 22, 2021
A team of scientists and engineers at the Dayton, Ohio, museum are working to build a robot that will work like a real person, but it won’t be as easy to make as it would be for a human.
The team is working to create a “biomimetic” robot that can operate in all weather conditions, including rain and snow, according to the Daytons official website.
It will be made of materials from all over the world, including metal and plastics.
The project will begin in September with the first robot being built.
It was built to be able to handle any weather condition, from mild to heavy rain, but will be more durable than its predecessors.
It is expected to take about two months to build.
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