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Watch a Sawyer Robot Give out Halloween Candy
Georgia Tech's Robot Autonomy and Interactive Learning Lab used a Rethink Robotics' Sawyer cobot to hand out 1,000 pieces of candy in three hours to trick or treaters.
Latest in Robot Fun Watch: Robot Serves Ice Cream in China
By Steve Crowe · 13 January, 2015 • The "Robot Ice Cream House" was installed recently at a mall in northeastern China, offering six different flavors and a variety of toppings.Ozobot Bit Uses Google Blockly to Make Programming Fun
By Steve Crowe · 9 January, 2015 • Ozobot Bit is basically identical to the original Ozobot, but adds in Google's Blockly coding editor, allowing kids to expand their coding know-how by seeing the results unfold in front of them.WowWee Adds Dancing MiPosaur Robot, REV App-Controlled Cars
By Steve Crowe · 8 January, 2015 • WowWee Robotics introduced at CES 2015 the gesture-controlled MiPosaur robot and REV app-controlled cars. Both new products will be available later in 2015.The Best Drones of CES 2015
By Steve Crowe · 7 January, 2015 • 2015 is the year of the drone. The technology is quickly improving and prices are coming down, making them more affordable. We've scoured the CES 2015 showfloor and compiled our list of the best drones.Zano Nano Drone Takes Selfies to New Heights
By Steve Crowe · 6 January, 2015 • The Zano nano drone is a palm-sized quadcopter designed for personal photography and HD video capturing. The WiFi-enabled drone works with both iOS and Android phones and tablets and operates on a "virtual tether" with your device.CES: 8 Robots to Simplify Everyday Life
By RT Staff · 5 January, 2015 • The 2015 International CES features practical robots for home, fun and getting things done.Ozobot Smart Robot
By RT Staff · 2 January, 2015 • Ozobot is a small USB charged robot that tracks lines to follow a path. Ozobot can read different colors on the line to adjust its behavior: speed, direction, path finding. This combines with a variety of physical and tablet games to create a product that crosses over the traditional game-toy divide.MakerBot Replicator Desktop 3D Printer
By RT Staff · 2 January, 2015 • The Fifth Generation Replicator Desktop 3D Printer from MakerBot features a 3.5" full-color LCD display, which provides an on-board user interface with an intuitive dial. You can also access your object library and see previews of your 3D model filesMakerBot Replicator Mini Compact 3D Printer
By RT Staff · 2 January, 2015 • The MakerBot Replicator Mini 3D Printer is powered by the MakerBot 3D Printing Platform. It has an onboard camera to monitor its 3D printing via the MakerBot Mobile app, and it features the MakerBot Replicator Smart Extruder that reduces downtime by enabling you to quickly replace a worn extruder in minutes.Cubify Cube 3 3D Printer
By RT Staff · 2 January, 2015 • A fairly small 3D printer, the Cube 3 has a big build volume for its size, able to print objects 6 inches by 6 inches by 6 inches in size. With its silver casing and rounded corners, the Cube 3 is also very stylish and is easy to imagine it on a desk or counter in the home.Printrbot Assembled Simple Metal 3D Printer
By RT Staff · 2 January, 2015 • The Printrbot Metal Simple fully assembled 3D fused-filament-fabrication printer has a black powder-coated all-metal construction with open platform for fabricating parts up to 6 x 6 x 6 inches (H x W x D) using 1.75-mm PLA thermoplastic filament.Printrbot Simple Maker’s Kit 3D Printer
By RT Staff · 31 December, 2014 • The Printrbot Simple comes in a variety of versions, starting at $349 for the build-it-yourself kit or $449 pre-assembled. This is a no-frills printer that uses PLA material to create small prints quickly and with decent quality.WowWee MiP Gesture-Controlled Robot
By RT Staff · 29 December, 2014 • WowWee Robotics' MiP is a gesture-controlled robot with emotions that wants to play with you. MiP interacts with you while rolling around on its two rubber wheels, dancing to music and even expressing its emotions with shouts and groans.Sphero Ollie App-Controlled Robot
By RT Staff · 29 December, 2014 • Ollie is twice as large as Sphero and has two wheels that help it to perform eye-popping stunts. Ollie is agile thanks to its tubular design and can travel at speeds up to 14 MPHSphero 2.0 App-Controlled Robot Ball
By RT Staff · 29 December, 2014 • Sphero 2.0 has been completely re-engineered from the ground up. Featuring new AI Superdrive capabilities, Sphero 2.0 is twice as fast and three times as bright as the original Sphero.
SpotMini Robot Dog Gets Major Makeover
Boston Dynamics introduced a new version of its SpotMini robot dog. The...
3 Ways AR/VR Are Improving Autonomous Vehicles
A lot of work still needs to be done before we start...
New Emotional Robotics Lab to Study Human-Robot Interaction
The University of Texas at Arlington has launched a new Emotional Robotics...
Inside the Autonomous Super Highway Race
As autonomous vehicles are speeding ahead toward adoption, one challenge that Cruise,...