Exercise 2

Venous materials creates tangible interfaces that respond to deforming; design tools were created for people to create their own “interfaces”. Hila Mor, Tianyu Yu, Ken Nakagaki, Benjamin Harvey Miller, Yichen Jia, and Hiroshi Ishii. Venous materials: towards interactive fluidic mechanisms. In Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 1–14. ACM, 2020. doi:10.1145/3313831.3376129. Small,
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Exercise 1: Biocompatible Soft Robotics

The potential application of soft robotics maneuvering into inaccessible spaces would benefit from the use of biocompatible materials. For example, if it is less economically beneficial to return a soft robot after a “mission” the team that deployed the robot might abandon the robot afterwards. Creating biocompatible soft robots means that these robots can be
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