World’s Smallest Origami Bird May Lead to Tiny Surgical Instruments in the Future
Scientists out of Cornell University have created the world’s smallest origami bird that is smaller than the diameter of a piece of hair. The tiny bird folds itself using nanotechnology. The creators hope micro robots like the origami bird will eventually become as advanced as the macro robotics that assist us daily. They believe this technology could lead to more precise surgical robots for delicate procedures. Inside Edition Digital’s TC Newman has more.