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Friday, 20 February 2015 09:00

A team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has developed a small robotic "dog" that can zip up and unzip. The device was named Zipperbot.

Equipped with sensors, Zipperbot can unbutton and zip up the zipper in response to movement of the body, such as the increase in pressure in the waist area. If a conventional lightning is often the case when the fabric falls into the "dog", the new lock will not happen, because Zipperbot using optical sensors ensures that the teeth are aligned.



According to the inventors, the development will be useful not only lazy, but also to people with disabilities as well as children. Furthermore, samozastegivayuschayasya fastener may find use in special suits.


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