Imagine a future where you could take over the body of a robot from home and use it to do work at your office. Even better, when you finished your tasks, what if another remote employee could "beam in" to the same robot to get their tasks done?
Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) is today, 1 December 2011, starting the Robotic Open Platform (ROP), an open source system for robot hardware. Many universities around the world are working on the development of robots. In most cases independently, which means development takes longer, robots remain costly and products from different groups are incompatible.
Every year, the FIRST Robotics Competition challenges high school students to a contest of crazy engineering. All 66 teams at NYC's regional competition built their bots with the same task in mind, yet no two bots were alike.
Not merely satisfied with having the the top research labs develop robotic dogs and cheetahs and humans, DARPA's latest endeavor will see the military agency team up with MIT to develop FastRunner, a robotic ostrich capable of outrunning us all.
Robotic Open Platform (ROP) aims to make hardware designs of robots available under an Open Hardware license to the entire robotic community (@robots Open robot platform opgezet: http://t.co/MlOHA4d7...)...
TED Talks Onstage at TEDGlobal, Péter Fankhauser demonstrates Rezero, a robot that balances on a ball. Designed and built by a group of engineering students, Rezero is the first ballbot made to move quickly and gracefully -- and even dance.
Otherlab’s “pneubotics”program has produced the world’s first inflatable, robotic arm. We’re refining fabrication techniques and design, but this prototype demonstrates the potential strength and dexterity of this low-cost, safe robotics technology.
ThomasNet Industrial News RoomBall Joint Module makes service robots mobile.ThomasNet Industrial News RoomNovember 18, 2011 - Featuring -170 to +170° angle of rotation and 2 integrated servo axes that can each achieve 35-64 Nm torque, SPB Powerball...
Those crazy, shortsighted scientists: Instead of creating a robot to do our bidding, some French roboticists and engineers have developed a robot that can control you – as long as you’re willing to strap yourself into a few electrodes.As always...
He arrived at Virginia Tech in 2003. There, Dennis Hong built several of the most compelling designs to emerge in American robotics. (Virginia Tech 로보트공학과는 미국랭킹24위. 상대적으로 적은 R&D Budget에도 한국인 교수 Dennis Hong 덕분에 급부상하고 있다.
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