Self-Healing Robotic Chair Falls Apart, Then Puts Itself Back Together

Published by , September 24, 2017 11:45 pm

(DesignBoom)  The ‘robotic chair’ can fall apart and put itself back together in a matter of minutes. The wooden chair is the brainchild of Cornell professor Raffaello D’andrea, artist Max Dean, and industrial designer Matt Donovan, the robotic seat was dreamed up as early as 1984 as the trio experimented with engineered product applications.
Today, the ‘robotic chair’ stands as an unassuming example of high-tech, and has been widely exhibited and admired for its unconventional engineering and almost human-like personality.

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