Photo: Telemba Meet Telemba, which its creators say is the "world's cheapest telepresence robot." Like other telepresence robots, Telemba works as your robotic body at a remote location: using a computer, you can drive Telemba around and interact...
Reader poll results: Earlier this month, when we asked people about your general thoughts on autonomous cars, we found that one of the main advantages of autonomous cars is that those who are not licensed to drive will be able to get to places more...
The University of Birmingham robots are getting ready for the British Science Festival, taking place in Birmingham 2014. For more information visit: www.birm... (Our robots are getting ready for #bsf14.
In 2012, the University of Tokyo made headlines when it unveiled the "janken" robot, a sophisticated machine that used a high-tech camera to detect human hand movements at astonishing speed. JRT interviewed Prof. Masatoshi Ishikawa, who led the university team that developed the machine. Here is an excerpt.
Image: UPenn/GRASP Lab Early this year, Google unveiled its Project Tango smartphone, a mobile device equipped with a depth sensor, a motion tracking camera, and two vision processors that let the phone track its position in space and create 3D...
Photo: Darpa Flying Bits: The 465 square-meter, 400-node ORBIT radio grid facility at Rutgers University, in New Jersey, hosted DARPA Spectrum Challenge software defined radio algorithms in head-to-head competitions.
My latest post on Harvard Business Review is now live: Using robots in training programs to overcome challenges pushes participants out of their comfort zone. It deepens their awareness of complexity and builds ownership and responsibility.
Evan is back! Sort of. Let's say he's 40 percent back. As I write this, he's in his pajamas in a Hong Kong hotel, getting ready for an insane week of robotics at ICRA, which officially kicks off on Monday.
Everyone's favorite robot-making company, Google-owned Boston Dynamics showed up with two robots. The slightly frightening WildCat that can run up to 16 miles per hour (28.5MPH on a treadmill) was on display like a ...
Suppose that an autonomous car is faced with a terrible decision to crash into one of two objects. It could swerve to the left and hit a Volvo sport utility vehicle (SUV), or it could swerve to the right and hit a Mini Cooper.
Guest talk in the ShanghAI Lectures, 2010-10-21 In this guest presentation, Patrick van der Smagt talks about biomimetic approaches to robot control, kinematics, grasping, and ways to use the human body to control robots.
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