biomimetic robotics The study of biologically inspired robots, based on principles and ideas taken from the animal world. This is a multidisciplinary field that includes mechanical design, material technologies, sensor and actuator engineering, physiology, and neuroscience. The aim is to build systems that exhibit autonomous robust yet compliant behavior in natural environments.
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