Snake robot can climb up poles, your arm
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We’ve seen plenty of snake robots, but normally they just slither in the water or up a pole. This one has no problems climbing around a human. The latest research from Carnegie Mellon University’s robotics lab, has controllers automatically adapting the robot’s shape to changes in the environment. In this video, the robot climbs a 4-inch pole, transitions to a 2-inch pole, and then crawls up someone’s arm.
It should be noted that it doesn’t have to use enough force to be uncomfortable while it is doing so.