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Video Friday: Return of the Robot Ape, Anki Drive Battle Mode, and ...

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Enjoy these lighthearted and fun robotics videos while you can, because we're slowly but surely creeping up on IROS and IREX. As of November third, it's going to be all serious business, as we embrace insanity by attempting ...
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Box: A Groundbreaking Demonstration at the Intersection of Robotics, Projection-Mapping, and Software_

Box: A Groundbreaking Demonstration at the Intersection of Robotics, Projection-Mapping, and Software_ | Everything Robotics | Scoop.it
Produced by Bot and Dolly, a San Francisco-based design and engineering studio, this amazing clip was filmed entirely in camera and demonstrates a mixture of robotically controlled monitors, projection-mapping and choreographed human interaction.

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Testing Robotic Companions on a Simulated Mission to Mars - IEEE Spectrum

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Testing Robotic Companions on a Simulated Mission to Mars
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Simon Engler (pictured above with robotic dinosaur Pleo) recently spent four months in a Hawaii habitat that simulated a Mars mission.
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Robots are the Next Big Thing in Telepresence

Robots are the Next Big Thing in Telepresence | Everything Robotics | Scoop.it
Did you hear the one about the robot who walked into the bar? It’s no joke.
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Empathy Comes Easily in Human-Robot Interaction - Tested

Empathy Comes Easily in Human-Robot Interaction - Tested | Everything Robotics | Scoop.it
Empathy Comes Easily in Human-Robot Interaction. By Wesley Fenlon on Sept. 18, 2013 at 1:30 p.m.. Humans often show empathy towards robots, and it doesn't take much to make us think of them as living things.
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Robots: Outdoor Autonomous Systems « Robots – The Podcast for ...

Robots: Outdoor Autonomous Systems « Robots – The Podcast for ... | Everything Robotics | Scoop.it
Roberts leads a team of more than 45 scientists and engineers in wide variety of robotics and automation projects that feature flying, ground and underwater robots.
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Robots test Puget Sound for shellfish toxins - Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle)

Robots test Puget Sound for shellfish toxins - Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle) | Everything Robotics | Scoop.it
Robots test Puget Sound for shellfish toxins
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Two seafaring robots have been busy at work in the Puget Sound this summer, searching for toxic algae and bacteria growths that could contaminate seafood.
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UMD Engineering Team Creates First Robotic Bird That Flies Using Solar Power - In The Capital

UMD Engineering Team Creates First Robotic Bird That Flies Using Solar Power - In The Capital | Everything Robotics | Scoop.it
UMD Engineering Team Creates First Robotic Bird That Flies Using Solar Power In The Capital An invention developed and refined by two University of Maryland engineering professors and their students in the Maryland Robotic Center, the third edition...
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Student Robotics and the K-12 Curriculum

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Editor's Note: In this blog sponsored by LEGO, author Mark Gura mentions LEGO's WeDo Construction product. Gura did not know that LEGO was sponsoring his blog, and LEGO made no request for product me (New!
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Artist uses robots to create art in three cities

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VIENNA (Reuters) - An Austrian artist enlisted the help of two robots on Thursday to create a work of art simultaneously in Vienna, London and Berlin in what he called a world first.Alex Kiessling used (Artist uses robots to create art in three cities...
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Robotic insects make first controlled flight

The demonstration of the first controlled flight of an insect-sized robot is the culmination of more than a decade's work, led by researchers at the Harvard ...
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Drexel Students Creating Robot To Save Us From Nuclear Meltdown - CBS Local

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Drexel Students Creating Robot To Save Us From Nuclear Meltdown
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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – If robots are able to save human beings in the next nuclear disaster, we may have Drexel University to thank.
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FIRST Robotics competition hoping to make Myrtle Beach Convention Center its ... - MyrtleBeachOnline.com

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Olivia Gawler, left and Nayana Pires , of Myrtle Beach high school troubleshoot their robot.
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These Tiny Tailed Robots Could Be the Future of Collecting and Monitoring Data - Slate Magazine

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These Tiny Tailed Robots Could Be the Future of Collecting and Monitoring Data
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We often think of tomorrow's robots as humanoid killing machines capable of complex reasoning and self-aware one-liners.
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