Press release & video: Collective actuation in a network of tiny robots

What happens when tiny robots called ©Hexbugs move inside an elastic but solid network? A new phenomemon rises, called "collective actuation".

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ESPCI press release
Publication in Nature Physics:
 Selective and Collective Actuation in Active Solids DOI: 10.1038/s41567-022-01704-x
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By Paul Baconnier, PhD student, and Olivier Dauchot, Unit Director - Gulliver Laboratory (ESPCI Paris-PSL / CNRS)


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