Hoberman mechanism

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A Hoberman mechanism is a deployable mechanism that allows circumferential actuation to generate radial motion. The kinematic theory behind the Hoberman mechanism has found application in creating deployable structures for space.[1][2] The mechanism has one degree of freedom. However, in case of singularity it can gain extra degrees of freedom.

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