A new rubber computer combines the feel of a human hand with the thought process of an electronic computer, replacing the last hard components in soft robots. Now, soft robotics can travel where metals and electronics cannot — like high-radiation disaster areas, outer-space, and deep underwater — and turn invisible to the naked eye or even sonar detection.
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