Doctor Folds And Flies Mini-Paper Airplane With Da Vinci Robot's Surgical Pincers

April 2, 2011


Penny pincers. Get it?! Me neither, the guy next to me at Starbucks told me to say it and he's been in the bathroom for 40 minutes now which is bad news.

This is a video of a surgeon from Swedish Hospital in Seattle (THAT MAKES ZERO SENSE) showing off the dexterity of a Da Vinci robotic surgery system by folding a tiny paper airplane and throwing it around. It's not as impressive as the Japanese scientist who folded the origami crane using a da Vinci, but let's not kid ourselves -- the Japanese are better at everything. But especially ninja-ing. Don't believe me? Go check your closet.

Well? "No ninja." They're that f***ing good -- there were actually four.

Hit the jump for the surgical paper-folding in action.

Doctor At Swedish Hospital Folds Tiny Paper Airplane Using Robot Hands [kirotv]

Thanks to neolardo, who once folded a Post-It into a paper hat for his hamster. Daaaaaw!

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