From the guy who made a Roomba scream and swear when it bumps into something comes the latest in robotic modification: a Boston Dynamics Spot that pisses… beer into cups.
Self-driving car are the buzzwords in recent years, but do you know, a South Korea professor had developed self-driving technologies in 1990s, long before South Korean automakers knew how to make good cars (I had a Hyundai Accent in the 90s, btw, and it was… ugh).
Boston Dynamics has not been making real sales until recently (and only after it has changed a couple of owners). We have not hit up their website for awhile and now that we did, we noticed something. It has moved in-development robot to research and laid to rest, so-to-speak, a bunch of previous endeavors.
Elevator technology has come a long way over the last few decades. For those who work within the relevant sectors and fields, these advancements can be seen to have made a huge difference in how elevators are designed and used.
One of the best parts of going to college is the freedom that students are given to develop their own passions and personal projects.
Here’s an exciting development in the field of medical science. MIT researchers has carried out a study on vaccination by inhalation, a process in which vaccines are directly deliver to the lungs.
I’ll be damned if this actually works. Wait. It actually worked. What you about to hear is something rather disturbing. Researchers at National University of Singapore (NUS) have recently published a study on acoustic cryptanalysis, applied to house keys.
Well, what do you know? It turns out, not only our wrist is good for powering a smartwatch; the entire body is a giant-ass battery too. Scientists over at the University of California – San Diego has developed a shirt that harvests and stores energy from the human body which can then be used to …
It is too early to say we have learned anything about the Red Planet, but for a start, we have got the first panoramic views to marvel at. What you see here is the first 360-degree panorama taken by Perseverance’s zoomable pair of cameras called Mastcam-Z.
What you see here are images of a rare yellow penguin. Wildlife photographer Yves Adams captured these images on a remote island in South Georgia. While the photographs were taken back in December 2019, Adams have only recently release the images.