This Arduino-controlled soft robot gets around like an earthworm

After studying the way a worm wiggles, Nicholas Lauer decided to create his own soft robotic version. What he came up with uses an Arduino Uno for control, inflating six 3D-printed segments sequentially to order to generate peristaltic motion for forward movement. The robotic worm uses a 12V mini diaphragm…

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