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The robotics industry has ever approached both sustainable: in place of metal, fiber or plastic, the Japanese company chose Aki strip of cardboard as a material for your model of humanoid robot. The design of low environmental impact was presented at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair last weekend in New York. The 3D figure of feminine traits was created with horizontal blades fitted cardboard and made an immediate success at the fair with their graceful movements.
Easy to carry and inexpensive, the robot is the brother of Aki`s product line called D-Torso, whose concept is to divide information into three-dimensional slices and rearrange them through layers of paper mountable. Fever shown in Japan, the sculptures are designed on computer and laser cut sheets with space for docking, and each object can be assembled at home. But the paper articulated robot, the first done with this technology ...
Every day brings kiosks to buy lol
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