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.
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.
Here’s an important automobile development that matters if you care about road and engine noises. It is from Nissan and it is a lightweight noise-reducing technology known as acoustic meta-metarial.
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.
You guys remember the imposing, beast-like exo-bionic mech PROSTHESIS from 2018? Well, as it turns out, it got recognized by Guinness World Records as the Largest Tetrapod Exo-skeleton in the same year.
If you think the walking shark in B-grade movie Super Shark is ridiculous. Think again. Walking sharks are real and recently, scientists have discovered four new species of shark that walks.
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 […]
This is a drivable spider robot built by special effect bloke Matt Denton. Technically, it is a hexapod, or an insect if you will, because it has six legs and not legs which spiders has.
Remember Google Smart Contact Lens and the smart contact lens developed by University of Washington? Well, the Mojo Vision Smart Contact Lens is not those. Using tears to measure blood sugar level is a science hard to prove, but putting augmented reality right on your eyeball may just work.
I am sure most people are familiar with suppressor or as its inventor calls it as “silencer.” Invented by Hiram Percy Maxim, it was designed to muffle the acoustic intensity of a firearm. The giant-ass, man’s anatomy-like contraption you see above is that – a silencer – but designed for use on a howitzer gun.