Time to empty out the editor's mailbox again. Jeremie sent a link to a blog post that will help you build your own Tankbot. Karim sent news of Google's robot overlords, which turn out to be algorithmically managed humans.
Speaking of robotic snakes, this one, from Canadian art lab eatArt, based on an extinct species of boa, wants to get into your head and create a vision of a future not unlike the distant, significantly warmer past in which the creature lived.(Found...
Want to construct your own Quadcopter? This guy's doing just that - an Arduino-controlled carbon-fiber platform with GPS and Magnetometer and all the cool gear. If this was a car, it would have spinners and a ground-effects kit.
Geek.com Using the waves and a fleet of robots to network the oceans eTaiwan News Gosling is transforming a fleet of robots that move out in the ocean to measure everything from weather to oil slicks, sharply reducing many of the costs of...
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