Planar Microassembly by Parallel Actuation of
Dartmouth Computer Science Technical Report TR2008-630
(Supporting Material for the following Publication)
Microelectromechanical Systems, 2008; 17(4): 789-808.
Bruce R. Donalda,b,*, Christopher Leveyc, and Igor Paprotnyd,a
aDepartment of Computer Science, Duke University, Durham NC 27708
bDepartment of Biochemistry, Duke University Medical Center, Durham NC 27708
cThayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, Hanover NH 03755
dDepartment of Computer Science, Dartmouth College, Hanover NH 03755
Bruce R. Donald
Department of Computer Science
Department of Biochemistry
Duke University Medical Center
Movie of a Planar Microassembly Experiment
Movie of a representative microassembly experiment using devices from species 1,3,4 and 5, recorded through an optical microscope. The robots are initially arranged along the corners of a rectangle with sides 1 by 0.9 mm. The assembly experiment is divided into three stages. During stage 1, devices 4 and 5 dock together to form the initial stable shape. In stage 2, device 3 docks with the initial stable shape, while during stage 3, device 1 docks with the stable shape, forming the final assembly.
AVI with DivX 21 MB
AVI with Cinepac Radius 360 MB
AVI with Cinepac Radius - zipped 295 MB
AVI with Indeon 132 MB
AVI with Indeon - zipped 113 MB
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