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Scientists at the California Institute of Technology and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign design a drone based on the complex wing structure of bats. Jim Drury has more. Credit to Reuters.
This homemade machine built with Lego Mindstorms, Raspberry Pi, and BrickPi, uses the Kociemba two-phase algorithm to completely solve a Rubik's cube all on its own. Unreal!
We often think of metal as an extremely strong and durable material, which is why it's so satisfying to watch this milling machine carve it up like it's no big deal.
Astronauts heading into orbit aboard Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft will wear lighter and more comfortable spacesuits than earlier versions. The suit capitalizes on historical designs, meets NASA requirements for safety and functionality, while introducing cutting-edge innovations. Boeing unveiled its spacesuit design Wednesday as the company continues to move toward flight tests of its Starliner spacecraft and launch systems that will fly astronauts to the International Space Station.
Sucking polluted air out of car parks can lead to significant reductions in the presence of deadly fine particles in the atmosphere, says a Dutch company. It has joined forces with university researchers to simulate how mobile air purification units could help car parks and municipal buildings act as "lungs of the city". Jim Drury reports. Credit to Reuters.
Instead of making robots that can do certain tasks, it’s better to make a robot capable of learning new skills. Here a man teaches a one armed robot to flip a pancake. It takes some time, but soon our little metal friend learns pretty well.
Several months ago Armatus Designs received a commission to create a functional prosthetic hand based off of the Phantom Pain hand used in Metal Gear Solid 5. This was for a client who was born without a left hand and grew tired of his standard claw style prosthetic, but didn't want to shell out thousands of dollars for a motorized medical grade prosthetic. The goal was to create something durable, functional and useful on a budget. This is the result!
It's almost impossible to beat this robot in the pinball. In Saney, he takes 300 pictures and follows the ball. Faster and stronger than a human ...
The multi-screens which become indispensable for those who like to play games on the desktop computers now appear to be confronted with lap-tops. Razer has unveiled Project Valerie, which is still in concept phase at CES 2017.
Several months ago Armatus Designs received a commission to create a functional prosthetic hand based off of the Phantom Pain hand used in Metal Gear Solid 5. This was for a client who was born without a left hand and grew tired of his standard claw style prosthetic, but didn't want to shell out thousands of dollars for a motorized medical grade prosthetic. The goal was to create something durable, functional and useful on a budget. The client has very little left of his wrist, meaning the standard active grip system on other 3D printed prosthetics wouldn't work for him, so they designed a passive grip system using retention springs. This allows the fingers to auto-adjust to whatever object they are gripping, and only requires user input to actually open the grip, which is done by pulling the knob at the rear of the forearm section. All 5 fingers normally open and close at once, but there is also a detachable ring connected to the main knob which articulates just the index finger, which can be locked in place to allow greater usability in actions such as typing and pressing buttons.
Toyota unveils a new concept car featuring digital displays and an artificial intelligence system at CES 2017, while Sony wows visitors with a dazzling OLED TV that uses innovative 'acoustic surface' technology. Jim Drury reports. Credit to Reuters.
A selfie-taking drone that follows and photographs its owner and a home robot that plays music and keeps you company are just some of the latest technological innovations at CES Las Vegas. Jim Drury reports. Credit to Reuters.
A South Korean robotics company has unveiled their prototype of a giant 1.5 tonne two legged robot that can carry and be controlled by a human pilot. Ben Gruber reports. Credit to Reuters.
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!
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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...