Students in an electronics and robotics class at Somers High School have successfully built a robot that can toss a water bottle so that it flips and lands upright. That's awesome!
Researchers in Belgium are developing a sensitive 'electronic nose' that can detect pesticides and nerve gas in very low concentrations, using substances they call "microscopic sponges." Matthew Stock reports. Credit to Reuters.
A Chinese robot was displayed at the 2016 World Robot Conference that took the audience by surprise. Wait until you see what she can do!
Cleaning a whisk is hard. Now it's not. whiskwiper.com Whisk Wiper is not yet available for purchase, but sign up here (whiskwiper.com) and you'll be first to join the whisking revolution! Credit: Whisk Wiper
Scientists develop an algorithm to help rhinoplasty patients design a nose suited to their facial proportions. The technique could also help patients who have lost their own nose because of disease to design a perfectly fitting prosthetic. By Matthew Stock. Credit to Reuters.
University of Texas at Austin wins the RoboCup challenge soccer final at Beijing's World Robot Conference. Roselle Chen reports. Credit to Reuters.
Technology from the turn of the century can be absolutely fascinating. Cutting logs for firewood is a tiring chore by hand, but these workers beautifully illustrate how this can be sped up with the help of a trusty farmyard friend.
The music compilation tape, a mainstay of the 1970s and 80s, has been given a 21st Century digital makeover by researchers at Lancaster University. Jim Drury reports. Credit to Reuters.
Conservationists are using thermal imaging technology in a bid to better understand the habits of Britain's threatened bats. Nathan Frandino reports. Credit to Reuters.
Bionics startup Open Bionics have teamed up with Square Enix and Eidos Montreal to create bionic arms based on the Deus Ex video game series! I never asked for this...
Friday fun at the office! Climball battle between Leo and Joni. You can order the product at - www.augmentedclimbing.com This is the original video of the game in that got several millions of views at our Facebook page www.facebook.com/AugmentedClimbingWall/videos/1081345311957279/ Music: pl4y1ng by Rolemusic
Now you can become a real life Transformer yourself! Turkish scientists have made it possible in this mind-blowing video. So cool! Credit: www.letrons.com
Some iPhone 7's have been making strange noises, but they sure aren't coming out of the headphone jack! Learn about this strange phenomena in this very interesting clip.
Learn how to turn your smartphone into a 3D hologram projector in just a few and easy steps.
This humanoid robot manages to walk down some stairs without missing a beat. Robots have really improved, and soon they will be able to run down steps like these - maybe even our normal size stairs!
Children with muscular diseases could have their strength boosted by a new wearable device designed by Royal College of Art graduate Xinyang Tan. Liane Wimhurst reports. Credit to Reuters.
Norwegian researchers have developed a novel way to keep children recovering from long-term illness connected to their friends and their education from their sickbed. An avatar robot is placed at the child's desk and controlled by the pupil from their home via cameras, microphones, and speakers, allowing them to contribute to lessons and avoid the crippling social isolation caused by long-term absence. Matthew Stock reports. Credit to Reuters.
This wireless Bluetooth speaker has some pretty great sound. It's nice and small, not too heavy, comes with a little carabiner clip as well as an AUX headphone cable and micro USB charge cable.
A new off-road mobility scooter could open up the joys of the countryside to those with walking impairment, say its developers. Jim Drury reports. Credit to Reuters.
Brain-machine interface technologies that convert thoughts into electrical signals that power devices outside the body can partially reverse paralysis in chronic paraplegics, according to new research. Ben Gruber reports. Credit to Reuters.
A low-cost unmanned aircraft system that powers an airborne drone via a tether could give search and rescues teams a continuous eye-in-the-sky. Matthew Stock reports. Credit to Reuters.
We are legitimately impressed with the packaging these Bluetooth headphones come in. Seriously, these can almost give Apple and Amazon a run for their money in the package quality. For the price these are, you get a large amount of extra ear pieces and ear buds, as well as a micro USB charging cable. Check out the full unboxing and review in this detailed clip!
Cozmo the robot, inspired by Pixar animations like Cars and Wall-E, shows off his capabilities prior to being released to the public in October. Rough Cut - no reporter narration. Credit to Reuters.
This video shows Yves Béhar and MIT Media Lab's new design for a robotic furniture system for small apartments, which reconfigures itself to accommodate different functions. Credit: Dezeen
A prototype modular interactive device called Cubimorph could herald a future where gamers can transform their phone into a games console or a variety of other electronic devices. Jim Drury reports. Credit to Reuters.