A robotic hand that exceeds the level of a Super Mario game in seconds .. video


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University of Maryland researchers created a 3D-printed robotic hand that won the Super Mario Bros game, the version developed by the Chinese company Nintendo in the eighties of the last century, and this version was a great success at the time.

According to the technical website cnet, soft robots require new types of flexible or inflatable robots that operate with water or air, rather than electricity, as the university research team printed the parts of the robot completely assembled with a 3D printer with integrated circuits, so your hands are integrated in one go. .

Led by University of Maryland Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Ryan de Socol, design an integrated Flow Your Hands circuit that allows the advanced hand to operate in response to a single control pressure force.

Using 3D printing from PolyJet, the team uses a low pressure on the robot’s first finger to make Mario walk and a high pressure to make him jump while playing the video game.

The team set up a program that switches between low, medium, and high pressures, and as a result, the robot’s hand passed the first level of Super Mario Bros in less than 90 seconds.

A rare copy of the most expensive Super Mario game in history

A rare copy of a sealed Super Mario game from Super Mario 64 was sold at Heritage Auction for $1.56 million, making it the most expensive video game in history, according to a report published by the technical “cnet” website.

The rare version Super Mario 64 was the first version of the Super Mario game with 2D graphics, and puts it in the world of 3D games, and Super Mario 64 is considered one of the most influential games in the history of gaming ages.

Super Mario 64 sells for $1.56M in record-breaking auction - R6Nationals
Rare version Super Mario 64 The first version of the game Super Mario


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