Application of tensegrity
massage to relieve complications after mastectomy- case report.
Examples cited by Gebisa in his paper, "A Case Study on Topology Optimized Design for Additive Manufacturing," include an industrial bracket, which in a redesign lost 40 percent of its original weight (to 42 grams compared with 70 grams), and a steel node for a tensegrity
structure whose weight was reduced by 75 percent (to 5 kg from 20 kg).
Its spherical tensegrity
structure is filled with slides, trampolines, monkey bars, and other equipment.
Sultan, "Controllable tensegrity
: a new class of smart structures," in Proceedings SPIE 3039, Smart Structures and Materials 1997: Mathematics and Control in Smart Structures, San Diego, CA, USA, 1997.
As described by Ingber, tensegrity
or tensional integrity is the mechanical stability produced by the cellular network and its control of shape and structure .
The main advantage of using the tensegrity
structure is that the robot is a lot more robust, and the goal is to just be able to drop it down from orbit on some low gravity body--no parachutes, no retro-burners, no airbags are needed for it.
Cable networks [1-3] and tensegrity
structures  are different from conventional structures, such as spatial steel frames or space steel trusses, in that they are lightweight structures with members which transmit only tension (cables and strings) or elements which transmit compression (bars before buckling).
Minimum mass design of tensegrity
bridges with parametric architecture and multiscale complexity.
A computational tensegrity
model predicts dynamic rheological behaviors in living cells.
systems are a special class of spatial reticulated structures that are composed of struts and tendons.
The Morpho robot  is based on deformation and the tensegrity
model of the cellular structure, where cells exert expansion and contraction forces on the entire structure.