Self-organizing Systems Research Group

Computer scientists at Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Science have created a small army of self-controlled robots that follow the same principles as ants or termites to create impressive structures out of foam blocks. The TERMES robots can create towers, pyramids, and other structures out of miniature bricks without any sort of blueprint — even building themselves staircases to reach higher levels

Read more: Autonomous “Termite” Robots Work Together to Build with Bricks | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building 



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