A drone with a robotic origami claw that picks things up

This drone has a origami-inspired, robotic arm that is attached to its base. It was created at Seoul National University, and can be used to pick up objects midair. It’s also possible to equip the gripper with a camera. It’s weird-looking, but scientists also think the arm’s origami design could be useful in building more portable robots.

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