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Designing softness into robots holds great potential for augmenting robotic compliance in dynamic, unstructured environments. However, despite the body's softness, existing models mostly carry inherent hardness in their driving parts, such as pressure-regulating components and rigid circuit boards. This compliance gap can frequently interfere with the robot motion and makes soft robotic design dependent on rigid assembly of each robot component. We present a skin-like electronic system thatdoi:10.1126/scirobotics.aas9020 pmid:33141703 fatcat:jclrj2yjjjcdfcv7lt46g37aku