Meet the small origami robot with potential for big things

CurveQuad's simple design opens the door for larger possibilities
By Emmett Smith  on 
CurveQuad origami robot
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Running, jumping, and flying: welcome to the future of robotics.

CurveQuad is a quadruped designed and based on an origami pattern. Utilizing a curved crease rather than a straight line that most imagine when thinking of origami, CurveQuad is able to self-fold, unfold, walk, and steer using just one motor. You can find out more about CurveQuad and read the full paper here.

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