In our lead INSIDER story today, UCSD researcher Dylan Drotman talked to Tech Briefs about his team’s air-powered robot.

“We see potential applications for cases where simple, electronics-free robots are needed that can generate rhythmic motion with a small number of control inputs,” Drotman said in our Q&A, citing examples like medical devices, toys, and search-and-rescue robots.

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