When Boston Dynamics finally put up its robotic dog, Spot, on sale, it is relegated for inspection and patrol duties. The ability to manipulate objects, including opening of doors, seen in 2018 was never introduced. Well, that was until last week.
While the auto industry is betting their money on new energy vehicles, one company in Netherlands had developed a robot to fuel up gas-powered cars. Rotec Engineering is the company behind a robotic fueling for passenger cars called Tank Pitstop System.
You know what? The pandemic may have opened up more opportunities for robots. You know, because, it minimizes human-to-human interactions. While the DAL-e AI-powered custom service robot revealed by Hyundai Motor Group is not born out of the pandemic, it may prove to be a great help in this unprecedented time.
First there was the super tiny robot fish that spies on Zebrafish. Then there were the robotic fish powered by synthetic blood and a robotic fish that assimilate with the fishes. Now, Harvard University has taken robotic fish to the next level with a bunch of robot fishes called Bluebots that does what real fishes […]
We are not at I, Robot age yet, but we are getting close – thanks to Samsung Next Generation Robotics. Samsung have presented two concept robots: Samsung Bot Care and Samsung Bot Handy.
If you haven’t been keeping up with Boston Dynamics’ development… Hyundai has, earlier this month, became the third owner of the company. Also, the agility of the family of robots from the robotic company, namely Atlas, Spot and Handle, is mind-blowing.
Appliances that move on their own aren’t new. There’s self-driving fridge, robot vacuum, robot photographer, robot waiter, and even robot air purifier. Now, there’s new kind of appliance that move autonomous robot and its mission? Disinfect publicly touched areas.
Remember the super cool mobile charging robot concept pitched by Volkswagen from late last year? Well, it appears that it has moved out of concept stage to become a prototype.
There must be many lonely souls in Japan. How else would one find crazy number of life-like sex dolls and bizarre inventions like hologram girlfriend (and someone even marrying it), and a Woman’s Hand iPhone Case? Speaking woman’s hand iPhone case… a university in Japan has taken the concept of holding a girl’s hand even […]
This is a video of the 1:1 scale Gundam robot taking a few steps and kneeling down. Not going to lie. I was impressed for a second before realizing the video was sped up 4x. You know what that means, don’t you?