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The Japanese taught a snake robot to crawl on vertical surfaces



Japanese engineers have developed a snake robot. Due to the magnets, it can be held on vertical surfaces.

The robot was developed by a group of engineers led by Motoyasu Tanaka from the University of Electrocommunications. The snake-shaped device consists of eight sections that can rotate relative to each other. Wheels with magnets are located in the six central sections. This design allows the robot to stick to metal surfaces.

Scientists have already forced the robot into a vertical steel tank. He was even able to overcome the ledge connecting the two parts of the tank without falling down.

Recently, Japanese scientists have also developed diamond batteries capable of generating electricity for 100 years. They can be used in spacecraft.

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