(PhysOrg.com) -- Cat-grooming robot? It can happen, and it has, with software engineer Taylor Veltrop’s show of all he can do with the research robot Nao, along with the motion-sensing Kinect device, a head-mounted display (HMD), Wii remotes, and...
My question is about keeping all the batteries charged. The plan is to have 10 groups of 2 students so I need to make sure all the batteries for the micro-controller and batteries for the vexnet joystick are fully charged.
Swarms of robots modeled on the behavior of social insects such as ants are set to invade the research and education marketplace, the university engineers who designed the technology announced Thursday.
A clever new system helps paralyzed patients and computers work together to control a robot, helping to connect locked-in people with the world. Visit Discover Magazine to read this article and other exclusive science and technology news stories.
This freaky soft robot is being developed at Harvard. It uses compressed air to inflate elastomer limbs and can walk, crawl, and slither through all kinds of small spaces and slippery substances. The translucency of the soft ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- University of California, Berkeley, biologists and engineers including undergraduate and graduate students studied how lizards manage to leap successfully even when they slip and stumble, and found that swinging the tail upward is...
Delivering sensor-emplacement within 15 feet of their intended landing locations, Close-In Covert Autonomous Disposable Aircraft, or CICADA, allows for the low-cost delivery of multiple precision-located sensors without placing the warfighter in...
Telegraph.co.ukJapan to open robot farm in tsunami disaster zoneTelegraph.co.ukA futuristic farm with robot operators is to open in Japan on land swamped by the March 11 tsunami as part of an experimental government project.
"UC lab makes robot that emulates leaping lizardSan Francisco ChronicleAfrican Raindow lizards use their long flexible tails to keep their balance as they leap to escape hungry predators, and after experiments Berkeley..."
Most people find cockroaches repulsive, but not John Schmitt. A mechanical engineer at Oregon State University, Schmitt is using the leggy pests as a model for futuristic robots that can run effortlessly over rough terrain.
Despite a third of US fighting strength to be composed of robots by 2015, according to the Department of Defense, experts warn that the machine wars seen in the movies will remain science fiction for quite some time yet.
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