NASA's Curiosity rover just finished its second year exploring Mars, and the red planet's harsh environment has taken its toll. Rocky terrain, tricky sand dunes, and Martian dust storms have left the robot looking a little worse for wear.
VentureBeat Intel futurist shows off Jimmy the 21st century robot, who can detect indoor ... VentureBeat A decade ago, he started writing about a social humanoid robot named Jimmy. Today, he showed it off at the Intel Developer Forum.
PetaPixel DIY: An Automated, Motorized Camera Dolly Made Out of LEGO and an Arduino PetaPixel Inspired by the desire to create a time-lapse dolly for his point-and-shoot, Balák broke out his box of LEGO, a few motorized components, and got to work.
This slick commercial for Japanese high-speed optical internet service au Hikari has a pretty novel take on the Rube Goldberg Machine. Each sequence in the device is powered (or otherwise set in motion) by a single beam of light sent through magnifying glasses and mirrors to burn strings, pop ball
Buying a car is hard. As a self-identified car nut, trust me, I know — and it gets even harder if you're trying to buy an all-electric vehicle. Tesla's Model S gets the overwhelming majority of the attention, but it turns out there are a lot of...
Look through the amazing projects in our blog, the MagPi or Pi Weekly and you’ll see many of them use the portability of the small form factor and low powered nature of the Pi along with the extensibility the GPIO pins give you – not to mention the wealth of community produced add-on boards available making it all much easier.
Researchers at Harvard’s School for Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering have developed the world’s first untethered soft robot — a quadruped that can stand up and walk away from its designers.