Did someone say Power Glove?
Plenty of super-clever, super-talented researchers across the globe have been pretty busy trying to save the world recently, but hey, even scientists need to work on something fun every once and a while.
For this team of researchers from the University of Maryland, that fun has arrived in the form of a robotic hand that’s capable of playing Super Mario Bros. on the NES. As detailed in a report published by the university, the project demonstrates “a promising innovation in the field of ‘soft robotics’,” an emerging form of robotic design that uses water or air to control movement, rather than electricity.
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