So Into The Wild We Go...

lowmorale:

D’arcy, The Smashing Pumpkins

lowmorale:

D’arcy, The Smashing Pumpkins

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newsweek:

A research team at Harvard and MIT announced today that they’ve created a self-assembling robot. The machine, which begins as a flat sheet of material, exploits principles of origami to fold itself into a 3-D robot capable of walking without any human assistance. 

"We have achieved a long-standing personal goal to design a machine that can assemble itself," Daniela Rus, an MIT roboticist and one of the study’s authors, said in a press conference about the robot. 

The robot is made out of a flat multi-layered sheet of material outfitted with circuitry and motors. In this sheet, the researchers made slices (called hinges) along which folding will occur. The self-assembly works as follows: After the sheet is hooked up to a battery, heating elements embedded in the material activate. This temperature change prompts certain layers to contract. Guided by the hinges, the contraction causes the flat sheet to fold into a predetermined 3-D structure—in this case a walking robot. In all, the assembly process takes around four minutes. 

Origami Robot Can Self-Assemble and Walk Without Human Help

newsweek:

A research team at Harvard and MIT announced today that they’ve created a self-assembling robot. The machine, which begins as a flat sheet of material, exploits principles of origami to fold itself into a 3-D robot capable of walking without any human assistance.

"We have achieved a long-standing personal goal to design a machine that can assemble itself," Daniela Rus, an MIT roboticist and one of the study’s authors, said in a press conference about the robot.

The robot is made out of a flat multi-layered sheet of material outfitted with circuitry and motors. In this sheet, the researchers made slices (called hinges) along which folding will occur. The self-assembly works as follows: After the sheet is hooked up to a battery, heating elements embedded in the material activate. This temperature change prompts certain layers to contract. Guided by the hinges, the contraction causes the flat sheet to fold into a predetermined 3-D structure—in this case a walking robot. In all, the assembly process takes around four minutes.

Origami Robot Can Self-Assemble and Walk Without Human Help

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mitchellkeo:

Freakish - Saves The Day

Well here I am. I don’t know how to say this.
The only thing I know is awkward silence.

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Emma Watson Dancing with Jimmy Fallon

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This could be us but you playing

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I Saw Water - Tigers Jaw
Today I needed a break
My friends are up in mountains
And I’m drowning in lakes

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thecheshirekitteh:

what it’s like to be an artist, writer, musician, ….

meandmy69cats:

thecheshirekitteh:

what it’s like to be an artist, writer, musician, ….

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