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Micro Technology: Steve Jacobsen, at the University of Utah's micromechanics laboratory with the undressed frame of a Disneyland robot. He is holding a silicon wafer in his left hand; This contains many micro motors and micro-actuators that could soon revolutionize robot design. Micromechanic devices, like silicon microcircuits, operate with static electrical charges, and so would require only one power cable, replacing the 200 that he is holding in his right hand. Model Released [1990]

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Micro Technology: Steve Jacobsen, at the University of Utah's micromechanics laboratory with the undressed frame of a Disneyland robot. He is holding a silicon wafer in his left hand; This contains many micro motors and micro-actuators that could soon revolutionize robot design. Micromechanic devices, like silicon microcircuits, operate with static electrical charges, and so would require only one power cable, replacing the 200 that he is holding in his right hand. Model Released [1990]