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These Doc-Ock-like robotic tentacles by German tech firm Festo are given the fully cheesy industrial film treatment, but there is tons of cool here as well. For starters, the tentacles are covered in touch sensors (or something similar) and can be manually guided. The project is a continuation of Festo’s biology-inspired robots like the fun AquaJellies.

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John Baichtal

John Baichtal

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  1. Robot Platform on said:

    one word… Cooooooooooooooool…..

    http://www.robotplatform.com

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