Different from the large two-legged running robot, OutRunner runs on 6 legs, and its size is like a remote control car.
Techno-illusionist Marco Tempest shows off his magician's assistant, EDI, the multi-purpose robot.
The CUDA 6 Production Release is now available for download at nvidia's website.
Transcendence, the latest science fiction film, is about implications of artificial intelligence.
Global Forest Watch (GFW) is a dynamic online monitoring system that provides near real-time forest information on worldwide deforestation.
Six-legged underwater robot from South Korea helps search for missing passengers of the Sunken Ferry.
Scientists dedicate to develop robots behavior like human, but robot dancers try to make their movements as machines.
Pneupard is a quadruped robot which Osaka University has developed. It features air-powered limbs instead of using actuators or motors.
Patrick Priebe, a German laser-weapons hobbyist, built an electromagnetic spiderman web shooter.
Boston Dynamics, one of the companies that Google bought, has developed many outstanding robots since 1992. Unlike Big Dog or Atlas huge robot, SandFlea is a small one
TagMe is a project consists of a wearable device from MIT Media Lab.
Designer Ivan Henriques developed a prototype for an symbiotic machine which can harvest energy from photosynthetic organisms.
A group of creative hackers in the UK has modified a second-hand vending machine and make the users realize that what they buy.
MiP is a new gesture and app controlled robot, and its unique dual wheels make it more agile.
SpaceX cooperates with NASA to test vertical takeoff and vertical landing with Falcon 9 rocket. The whole process was filmed by a drone.
Ömer Haciomergolus, a student at Umeå Institute of Design in Sweden, has designed a concrete recycling robot called ERO.
The ARTAS Robotic System was launched by Restoration Robotics Inc., a robotic surgical company dedicated to hair restoration.
SRI is developing a new technology that can control thousands of micro-robots for intelligent manufacturing of macro-scale products.
A team of student employees turned $250 motorized wheelchair into a $20,000 geo-positioning robot named Johnny Five.
Norwegian engineer built six-legged robot can roll in a straight line.
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