Japanese researchers have built on last year’s disaster relief excavator to create a remotely-operated construction prototype with two arms that can rotate 360 degrees around its central pod, giving it multitasking capabilities. The team has also developed a four-fingered “hand” that should help the robot get to grips with heavy duty construction work.
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