This Clunky Bracelet Is Actually High-tech, Wearable Microphone Jamming Device

It is no secret that our smartphones and, possibly, other smart devices like smart speakers and whatnot, can eavesdrop on us. Unlike web camera which shutting it off is a masking tape away, we can’t simply tape up microphones to stop a device from snooping on us – that’s if you can even locate the […]

Adam Savage Built A Steampunk Rickshaw For Boston Dynamics’ Spot To Haul Him Around

Since the development and subsequently the commercial availability of Boston Dynamics’ robotic dog, Spot, the question has been” “what can it really can do?” Well, today (or more correctly, February 13) the question has been answered by maker extraordinaire/TV personality Adam Savage.

Sarcos Guardian S Is A Snake-like Robot That’s Designed To Save Lives

Sarcos Robotics is perhaps better known for its exoskeleton suit, but do you know it also makes some really useful robots too? The Sarcos Guardian S is one of them. Sarcos Guardian S is what the company called “remote visual inspection platform,” which is pretty much self-explanatory.

Hyundai And Kia’s New VR Design Evaluation System Lets Designers Corroborate In VR

You know how MCU’s Tony Stark uses AR and VR to pull off design process? Well, this is not that, but close. Perhaps, even better. Meet the Hyundai and Kia VR Design Evaluation System that allows for 20 individuals, engineers and designers, to simultaneously participate in design development process.

NeoMano Robotic Glove Lets People With Paralysis Or Weak Hand Regain Some Hand Function

This is NeoMano by Neofect. It is a robotic glove that enables people with paralysis or weak hands to regain some hand functionality so they can complete simply daily tasks. It is really a brilliant invention.

This Pigeon Robot That Has Wings Structure Of A Real Pigeon And With Real Feathers

Despite the advancement in flight, mankind’s fascination of how birds soar the skies have not stopped. We have seen several examples of robots mimicking real creatures. There had been dragonfly, hummingbird, seagull (not the ‘pooping’ stiff one, btw), and more recently a bat, and now Stanford University’s Lentink Lab took it further with a pigeon […]