Whether if you know one number, two, or even none for a Masterlock, the LockCracker robot can solve it. Built by students at the Olin College of Engineering, this clever robot “consists of a clamp, which hold the lock in place using a thumb-screw, and a puller, a solenoid-controlled grabber which yanks the loop of the lock to try to open it, and a stepper-motor which actually turns the knob and dials in the combinations.” Continue reading to see it in-action.

[via OlinWired]