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#TechTuesday: Robotic clothing, soft self-driving cars, wearable sensors and other stories

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The living, robotic jewellery that changes clothing on the fly

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The miniature robots that make up the Kino project can crawl over fabric to personalise garments, adapt clothing for different climates, and perform other helpful tasks. The project was developed by a team of researchers, engineers and designers from MIT Media Lab, Stanford University and Royal College of Art. Together they created a set of tiny robots that can wheel themselves over fabric to alter patterns, reposition scarves, etch marks into material, or drag off a hood once

 

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