Light-controlled soft microrobotics technologies can bridge the gap between microrobotics and polymeric artificial muscles. In article number 1703554, Hao Zeng, Arri Priimagi, and co-workers highlight recent progress in photomobile devices based on liquid-crystal elastomers, such as walkers, swimmers, and oscillators. Self-regulated actuation is proposed as a new pathway toward fully autonomous, intelligent light robots of the future. MICROROBOTICS ADMA-30-24-Frontispiece.indd 4 19/05/18 5:46 PM
Advanced Materials – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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