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Applications of Electroactive Artificial Muscles

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i3 Magazine excerpt:

Not all smart surfaces have to be relegated to controls and displays. Toyota Research Institute of North America (TRINA) in conjunction with Toyota IP Solutions, launched last August after debuting at CES in 2020, and has developed a technology called electroactive artificial muscles — that can be licensed for applications as simple as a cell phone holder or as involved as a seat massage function.

www.cta.tech/Resources/i3-Magazine/i3-Issues/2022/May-June/Smart-Surfaces-A-New-Frontier