A soft robotic fish that’s controlled with a Super Nintendo controller
Researchers at MIT CSAIL have developed a robotic fish called SoFi that’s able to swim at depths of more than 50 feet. It’s one of the first robots to be able to swim untethered in three dimensions, for extended periods of time.
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