Satoshi Iobe's research has been published in IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters.

Even hard materials can be flexible by cutting slit patterns on them. The stiffness can be adjusted by changing the width of the slit pattern, which alters the resonance frequency. This allows the user to select which of the brushes at either end is vibrated more strongly by changing the frequency of the single center-located motor.

Mr. Satoshi IOBE, a member of our laboratory, has developed a vibrating robot that can produce locomotion forward, turn to the right, turn to the left, and make various other movements despite the use of only one motor. The research article is available on IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (IF: 3.74 (2020)). Mr. Iyobe successfully won the acceptance. Crackle!

Diverse Behaviors of a Single-Motor-Driven Soft-Bodied Robot Utilizing the Resonant Vibration of 2D Repetitive Slit Patterns, Satoshi IyobeMasahiro ShimizuTakuya Umedachi, IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, Vol. 7, Issue: 2, pp. 992-999, April 2022.

Diverse Behaviors of a Single-Motor-Driven Soft-Bodied Robot Utilizing the Resonant Vibration of 2D Repetitive Slit Patterns, Satoshi IyobeMasahiro ShimizuTakuya Umedachi, IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, Vol. 7, Issue: 2, pp. 992-999, April 2022.

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