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Tiny Robotic Swimmers Could Travel Through Bloodstream to Deliver Drugs
The scallop-like robotic swimmers require no engine or batteries, and may be used to treat a variety of human ailments.
Health & Sports · Medical Robots
Robomow RM510
The Robomow RM510 Robotic Lawnmower is the smallest of the Robomow fleet, but it’s no less impressive. It's a modern, hassle-free solution that saves you time and delivers a perfectly maintained lawn.
Household · Robot Lawn Mowers
Boston Dynamics’ Atlas robot weighs 330 pounds and can balance on one leg
Atlas is back. While the robot itself may be from Google-owned Boston Dynamics, the balance algorithm is from IHMC (Institute for Human and Machine Cognition) who's worked with the robotics company to get the six foot two biped walking better. IHMC has a strong track record in DARPA's Robotics Challenge, coming first in computer simulations and second in real-life field trials.
Future Tech · Humanoid Robots
Robotics Scientists Ponder Possibility of Repurposing Robots for Ebola
With the assistance of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, scientists are planning a series of brainstorming meetings to begin Nov. 7.
Household · Cleaning Robots · Health & Sports · Medical Robots
Ebola-Killing Robot ‘Little Moe’ Destroys Virus in Minutes
The robot, Little Moe, emits bright bursts of UV-C light capable of disinfecting an area from dangerous viruses and bacteria, including Ebola and Methicillin resistant Staph aureus.
Household · Cleaning Robots · Health & Sports · Medical Robots
NJ Man Arrested After Shooting Down Neighbor’s Drone
After shooting down his neighbor's camera-equipped drone, the man was arrested on unlawful weapons charges. The incident highlights an emerging issue as more drones take to the skies: how to balance the rights of drone owners against people's rights to privacy and self-defense.
Robot Fun · Drones
3-Year-Old Receives 3D Printed, ‘Iron Man’ Hand for Free
A three-year-old Hawaiian boy was born with fingers missing on one of his hands. But thanks to a non-profit company and 3D printing, he received an Iron Man-like robotic hand for free.
Robot Fun · 3D Printers · Health & Sports · Wearable Robots
RFID Gives Robots Better Vision to Locate Items
Robots are using small, ultra-high frequency RFID tags, stuck onto objects, to track in a room - even when the tag is hidden out of sight.
Household
Anki Drive Robotic Cars Adding Android Support
Anki Drive has been iOS-only since its launch, but starting in October 2014 Anki will support Android. However, there is no cross-platform play, meaning iOS users can't race against Android users.
Robot Fun · Robot Toys
Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum Maps, Cleans Rooms
The Dyson 360 Eye robotic vacuum has a machine vision system that maps an entire room from a single camera lens and a lightweight digital motor that enhances battery life. It can be controlled remotely via a smartphone app – and reports on where it has been.
Household · Cleaning Robots · Robot Vacuums
Fast Food Robot Makes Burgers in 10 Seconds
Momentum Machines' burger robot can make a burger in 10 seconds. The company says the burger bot also reduces liability, management duties, and overall food preparation footprint.
Household · Robot Appliances · Robot Fun
Woman Makes Quadcopter/Drone Out of Chocolate—and It Flies!
A newlywed and her husband decided to have the best of all worlds with their hobbies. Frozen chocolate forms the base (FYI, they also did a similar AUV all out of ice; presumably that's their high-summer drone) and it seems to work out beautifully ... make that deliciously.
Robot Fun · Robot Toys
What’s Better than Five Human Fingers? An Extra Two Robotic Fingers
This week it turns out to be robotic fingers. Two of them. Long, black-and-orange, and stick-like-looking. One on each side of a special sensory glove that goes over a human hand.
Future Tech · Humanoid Robots · Science & Technology
Drones Can Automatically Set up Photography Lighting
Researchers from MIT and Cornell University have co-developed small, light-equipped robots that automatically position themselves to create the best lighting for pictures.
Robot Fun · Drones
Children’s Book to Teach about Robots, Physics and Diversity
The book's premise is a future society in which modern robots have outclassed their more primitive original incarnations. But then a disaster occurs that prompts the old-school 'bots to step up -- and society as a whole to learn to appreciate everyone, regardless of era, ability or technology.
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