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+ - Swarmanoid 'Bots Rule Air, Land, Bookshelves->

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An anonymous reader writes "The notion of distributed processing isn't new, and its application to robotics leads naturally to the idea of a swarm of robots. However, most swarm-oriented robots are composed of many identical robots (such as The Kilobots.) In this case, there are three types of robots: a "hand-bot," which can climb bookcases and grab objects with hands; a "foot-bot," which can drive around and carry the hand-bot; and an "eye-bot," which flies around and perches on the ceiling to provide a perspective to the other bots. The Swarmanoid project is the successor project to the Swarm-bots project, and will build on the results obtained during the Swarm-bots project. A video of the robots retrieving a book .)"
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