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Researchers at Virginia Tech have created a larger, improved version of their existing RoboJelly robotic jellyfish
Left to right, robotic jellyfish research team members Alex Villanueva of St-Jacques, New-Brunswick, Canada, and a doctoral student; Kenneth Marut of Washington, D.C. and Tyler Michael of Lexington, N.C., both masters students
Cyro's inner structure, placed on top of a plastic crate
Last year, a team of researchers from the Virginia Tech College of Engineering unveiled RoboJelly – a robotic jellyfish in development since 2009, that’s about the size of a man’s hand. While the squishy little robot is certainly an impressive feat of engineering, the same team has now created a bigger, better jellybot, known as Cyro.
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