Witness a Real-Life ‘Terminator’ Robot Turn Into Liquid to Escape a Cage!

In a groundbreaking invention, scientists have created a real-life ‘Terminator’ robot that can shapeshift and turn into liquid in order to escape a cage.

The robot, which is made from liquid metal, is able to change its shape and size, allowing it to squeeze and melt through tight spaces. It has been likened to the shape-shifting T-1000 robot from the Terminator movies.

The robot, which has been compared to a LEGO set in terms of its construction, has been designed by researchers at MIT and Harvard. It is made up of tiny liquid metal droplets that can be programmed to move and change shape.

The robot has been tested in a variety of environments, including in a cage, where it was able to escape by melting through the bars.

The team behind the robot believes it could have a range of applications, from search and rescue missions to medical operations.

The invention has been described as a “game changer” and is set to revolutionize robotics and the way we interact with machines.

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