Robot Strider

Researchers at Japan’s Chuo University have developed a robotic strider that not only glides across water, but also land — the developers are hoping it will be able to move flawlessly from the water onto land, making it a valuable tool for aquatic rescues, especially when equipped with a camera. engadget | TecheBlog Strider

Researchers at Japan’s Chuo University have developed a robotic strider that not only glides across water, but also land — the developers are hoping it will be able to move flawlessly from the water onto land, making it a valuable tool for aquatic rescues, especially when equipped with a camera.






Strider