A new approach to control the stiffness and position of inflatable robots

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Robots that are made of flexible materials that can be inflated have a number of desirable properties, including their light weight and high levels of compliance (i.e. the ability to undergo elastic deformation). These qualities make them ideal for completing tasks in unstructured environments or in settings where they are bound to operate very close to humans.
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