DARPA developing simple chameleon robot that may cost under $100
A low-cost rubber robot that can change color to match its surroundings like a chameleon, light up in the dark, change temperatures and fit into tight places is under development at DARPA for potential defense and surveillance applications.
The robot, about the size of the palm of a hand, is made of silicone and might be produced for less than $100 a unit, with even lower costs in the future, said the Defense Department’s research agency.
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