Japan Earthquake: Robots Help

The earthquake that shook Japan in early March 2011 was an absolute tragedy and many survivors were left trapped under rumble and debris. These robots were deployed to help rescue teams search survivors where it's too dangerous for rescuers to go. One of robots, named Quince, can even climb steep inclines and ridges. Watch the video to see Quince in action, or click the link to read more.

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