The goal of the claytronics project at Carnegie Mellon University is to create a material which can be programmed to form dynamic three dimensional shapes that can visually take on an arbitrary appearance. CMU Professor and Vice Provost for Research Peter Lee talked to EngineeringTV about Claytronics and catoms, objects that can move in three dimensions and adhere to other catoms to maintain a 3D shape.
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Anonymous commented on April 12, 2007
This was very interesting. Very close are we to 3D-Rendering
Anonymous commented on February 28, 2007
This is very interesting. I would like to see more about this topic as they make progress to the three dimensional phase.
Anonymous commented on February 22, 2007
Now that was trully interesting!
Anonymous commented on February 21, 2007
Pario is a truly Big idea. I wish great success for this endeavor.
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