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September 12, 2011 AT 12:00 am

Teddy Bear Robot With Soft Arms and Legs

Teddy Bear Robot With Soft Arms and Legs…

The motor and circuits are stored in the torso of the body, and strings are used to articulate the arms and legs. This means that the robot can move it’s limbs, while maintaining it’s soft, cuddly feel. The strings replace the need for internal links or joints so it is durable, and won’t break even if it is dropped or it’s limbs are twisted.


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