Isaac Asimov's First Law of Robotics states that "a robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm." That sounds simple enough -- but a recent experiment shows how hard it's going to be to get machines to do the right thing.
The FLIR Lepton™ is the most compact longwave infrared (LWIR) camera core available as an OEM/hobbyist/maker product. It packs a resolution of 80 × 60 pixels into a camera body that is smaller than a dime.
Because we are so excited about this module, we collaborated with Pure Engineering to make a small development board to help you quick
A year after they figured out how to reprogram plastic to self-assemble into new structures, directly off the print-bed, they have come up some new materials that can be programmed to transform their shape autonomously. These new materials include: self-transforming carbon fiber, printed wood grain.
Two weeks ago, HTC teased the Internet by launching a site that hinted at a GoPro-like action cam. The leaked images of the product were surprising to say the least: a miniature periscope? Minimalist door handle? Bent PVC pipe?
The officially-unveiled RE is HTC’s first standalone camera. Weighing in at just 65.5g, the pocket device is aimed at a wide, mainstream market: you don’t have to be a professional photographer or looking to capture “extreme” activities to opera
Joshua Pearce researches both solar power and 3D printing to develop two solutions in the form of open-source solar-powered 3D printers, capable of printing objects in any community with access to sunlight.
I have seen big RC planes in the past, but this is really getting out of hand. I watch these videos of giant scale RC planes—the one above is 85 percent of the original size!—and I have to wonder what's the point.