World's tiniest robots

Eco-BeThe brainchild of an engineer at Citizen watches, Eco-Be is powered by a tiny disc-type lithium-ion watch battery, of course. Constructed to compete in a new ultra-small league of the international Robocup soccer competition, this thing clocks in at 1.5 meters a minute - or a brisk stroll if the diminutive Eco-Be were as big as a human. Fast enough to push around a tiny soccer ball, anyway!

Link & Image: Scientific American
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Anita said…
Geez, they look like little 9V batteries with wheels ... how cool!
Spluch said…
And they look pretty much like lighters too.