A gorgeous electric bike from Jonathan Ward s ICON. Made from aluminum, the retro-influenced e-bike can hit 20mph in street mode and 36mph in race mode. Hydraulic front and rear brakes help bring it to a stop, and range is 30 miles.
CBSSports.com LOOK: Fan builds Lego version of DKR Memorial Stadium CBSSports.com But my inability to build with the Legos is one of the reasons I'm amazed at some of the stuff people create with them.
The one advantage to the paperless office being nowhere in sight is that every time you print something you get to leave your desk and waste time while wandering over to the copy room. At least until Fuji Xerox's robot printer concept that delivers printed documents right to your desk becomes commonplace.
Thanks to an all-seeing laser LIDAR scanner perched atop the machine that creates a 3D map of a room for navigation purposes, the robot can maneuver around desks and other obstacles with ease. And to keep private documents private, it doesn't actually start printing until it arrives at the desk of whoever requested its services. So your opportunities to chat with Ted in accounting every time you need a TPS report might be numbered.
Planet Labs has a flock of DOVES, microsatellites to provide rapid Earth imaging. Aside from being adorably tiny science-machines, these little observers have art etched into their very panels. Why? Because it's beautiful.
Robotics and Arduino are two peas in a pod, but for many of us they seem like difficult concepts to grasp. The self balancing robot leaves no room for excuses. Make it simple, make it complex, make it yours.
Robot Fights Infrastructure Corrosion Manufacturing.net The aim was to develop a robot that could detect corrosion in all areas – including sites inaccessible to people – and at the earliest possible stage.