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MIT’s robot fish is nearly as speedy and squishy as the real thing

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Mar
2014

Robot fish are typically pale imitations at best — even when they move quickly, they dont move all that gracefully. MITs new soft robotic fish should be much closer to the real animal, however. Instead of relying on rigid joints and motors to swim, the new fish wiggles its tail fin by inflating a channel with carbon dioxide.

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