Do not jump to conclusions too quickly ...
Picture by 邓尧逢 Tang Yau Hoong at http://tangyauhoong.com/about/
This picture is a perfect fit to the story from yesterday - "Spend a little bit more time at the beginning to get the basics right" - why not just looking round the corner broadening your horizon? It does not hurt and has a lot of benefits.
Interested in a quick test? - Innovators: Are You a Challenger or a Defender? - check this out https://www.strategy-business.com/feature/Innovators-Are-You-a-Challenger-or-a-Defender. My result was --> You are a CHALLENGER!
Some more or less related materials:
- Tiny robot leaps around carrying its own battery, electronics https://arstechnica.com/science/2019/07/motion-is-just-a-hop-skip-and-a-jump-for-a-minuscule-robot/
- Origami robots that reshape and transform themselves https://www.ted.com/talks/jamie_paik_origami_robots_that_reshape_and_transform_themselves
- TED playlist: What is consciousness? https://www.ted.com/playlists/562/what_is_consciousness
“In origami the first folding should be done very well, so that the paper can stand. So it is in life. The children should receive a good education, because if they do not have a good structure they can not stand upright.” -- Kazuko Horiuchi