The TIWAL 3.2 is a sailing dinghy that collapses down to two small bags, so you can take it just about anywhere. Made from reinforced PVC, it holds up to three people, comes with an electric pump, and sets up in about 20 minutes.
VentureBeat Sorry, Apple, but Conan O'Brien's office already uses robot staff VentureBeat O'Brien's sketch detailing the ways his robot staff do “small but vital jobs” around the office hilariously describes all kinds of robots, from the one...
National Post There's a Helpless Robot Hitchhiking Across Canada Right Now Vocativ They figured the best way to do this was by building a virtually helpless (albeit adorable) robot and forcing it to hitchhike across the entire country alone.
The SolarSurfer is a robotic solar-powered surfboard that will autonomously travel from LA to Hawaii. We’ve been thinking about this project since September 2013 and started working on it in June 2014. It will be launched on its three month journey by August.
The SolarSurfer is built onto an 8 foot surfboard. A 120 W solar panel and lead acid battery power the electronics and the BlueRobotics thrusters. The surfer is guided by a 3D Robotics APM2.6 with a uBlox GPS. A RockBLOCK satellite radio from Rock Seven let’s us communicate back and forth with the SolarSurfer to monitor its position, status, and update its course. Temperature and pH sensors collect useful ocean data along the way.
The ocean is a harsh place - corrosive saltwater, intense sunlight, constant motion, and life everywhere. There's lots of challenges to overcome and a lot of potential for awesomeness.
The HP9830B was introduced in 1976 as a memory upgraded version to the HP9830A from 1972. The list price was $8350 for the calculator alone. The HP9866B printer unit (on top of the actual calculator) sold for $3350.
euronews A robot that grows euronews Before creating their root-like robots, researchers needed first to understand how real roots behave underground – a far from simple task, as Barbara Mazzolai, a biologist at the Italian Institute of Technology...
Tomotaka Takahashi (CEO of Robo Garage) on he future of robots: "The next generation of robots will be used as an information device like a smartphone. Smartphones already have voice recognition technology but it is not used much as people are not comfortable talking to a grey black box. If it had a human shape, we would be willing to talk to it. I am now designing a robot to be the next communication device. It will be able to talk like a phone."
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